The Sao Paulo Football Museum, located in Pacampo, is a remodeled stand on one side. The stadium, built in 1940, was once home to the famous Corinthians Club in Brazil and is also known as one of the most beautiful stadiums in Brazil. Today it is listed as a cultural heritage of the city of Sao Paulo. Once inside the museum, you can see a long corridor of many doors, one of which represents a World Cup, truly a museum of football.
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How can Brazil not go to the Football Museum when you come to the Kingdom of World Football? This is the place where fans from all over the world make pilgrimages. There are records of the glorious history of Brazilian football. The jersey with Neymar's signature. Really a must see place to punch in
Tickets to the museum are not expensive
It’s some distance away from the core of the city, but relatively speaking, it’s also considered to be a slightly safer area.
There are many things related to football displayed in the museum, including some treasures of the football king. The stadium behind is still well maintained and the overall environment is still good.
One of Sao Paulo's most amazing and innovative museums, the "futebol" museum is an incredible experience even for those not very into the game itself. It explodes with the brazilian passion for the game, remembering the moat relevant aspects of soccer and brazilian successful history on it.
Brazilians love soccer, so it's a place you can do a research about the soccer history.
For soccer lovers the best place to check ad learn abou soccer history form brazil and world.http://www.museudofutebol.org.br/
Fans or not of football, this is a great afternoon experience. The tour goes through the backstage of the stadium and there's this picture frames room that leaves you speechless!
Directly gave the entrance ticket, free entry. I don't know if it is related to the weekend, it is very happy to have free entry. It is actually a football stadium, the whole football museum is built in the aisle under the football stadium. It is full of pictures and images of football. There was a dark room with images of the Maracana tragedy, and the Brazilians who were watching were silent, and it seems that the Maracana tragedy is still very heavy for them to this day. There is a hall that is a memorial pillar of the World Cups of all time, with pictures of the World Cup champions and some of the most important historical events of the year. There are many people visiting, men and women, old and young, and Brazilians love football deeply.