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#1 of 125 Places To Visit in Sao Paulo
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Praça Charles Miller, S/N - Estádio do Pacaembu São Paulo, Brazil
entry fee
per person for Adults
per person for Students with valid Id and Senior Citizen.
Free entrance on Thursdays.
All days of the week except Monday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
visit duration
2 to 3 hours

how to reach football museum

It’s 1 km from the Clínicas metro station (line 2 – green), though the way down to the stadium is not straightforward. Easiest thing is to take a taxi to the stadium from the metro station.

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about football museum

An unmissable visit for soccer fans worldwide, the Football Museum, an area of 6.9 million square feet under the stands of the Pacaembu stadium. As you enter the museum, the endless collection of posters that decorate the walls of the museum are an excellent introduction to the nostalgic trip in football history you will be about to embark on. Much of the museum is interactive, using the latest technology to chronicle the legendary moments of Brazilian football.

Check out the amazing collection of snapshots from the first decades of football history. There is an official goal where visitors can have a crack at a penalty kick while a radar gun measures the speed of the ball. There are jaw-dropping highlight reels of Pele and Garrincha, recordings of famous radio announcers calling goals at the top of their lungs, and scores of images and facts from all 18 World Cups. Another highlight, where the visitors can don 3-D glasses to watch a four-minute display of two-time world player of the year Ronaldinho dribbling a soccer ball to a samba beat without letting it touch the ground. This is an indispensable place for those who like and follow the beautiful game.

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