Sao Paulo Football Museum is located in Pakambu Stadium, Sao Paulo. It records the football development of Brazil. The whole museum is divided into 16 exhibition halls. There are many introductions of Brazilian football stars, as well as related photos and videos, as well as interesting stories of various World Cups. Friends who like football may wish to visit them.
Admission tickets are given directly, free admission. I don't know if it's related to the weekend. It's still a pleasure to be admitted free of charge. This is actually a football stadium. The whole Football Museum is built in the corridor under the stands of the football stadium. It's full of football-related photographs and videos. There is a black room with images of the "Malakana Massacre". The Brazilians next to them were silent as they watched, and it seems that to this day, "the Maracana massacre" still weighs heavily on them. One exhibition hall is a memorial pillar of previous World Cups, with pictures of World Cup champions and some important historical events that happened in that year. Many visitors, men and women, young and old, Brazilians love football deep into the marrow.
I didn't expect this museum to have such a good experience!!!!!! My son and I found it very interesting to relay everywhere!! It's clean, organized and the staff are excellent!! We speak Portuguese, so we don't know if they have an English map or if the staff can speak English. I love it very much!!! We went there on a Saturday, so there's a farmer's market just across from the gymnasium. You can eat Pastel and drink sugarcane juice. It's delicious!!!!
People who like football should like it very much. It has sound and light effects, as well as audio and video materials. There is a football field behind it. There are also some interactive experiences, such as simulated shooting and so on. Come to Sao Paulo and have a look.
If you're a football fan, it's a must-go place. It showcases the history of Brazilian football, but it also gives an interesting insight into Brazilian culture. We love the interactive experience of using different screens, audio and video.
The Museum of Football is the largest football field in Brazil. As soon as I entered, I saw many footballs hanging in the doorway. And there are all kinds of football. It's shocking. It's really a big football country. You can go and see if you have time left.
There are many valuable pictures in the history of the World Cup and some written records. There are also some introductions about the Brazilian team and the history of football. It is still very good. If you are interested in football, you can visit it.
Sao Paulo's famous football museum contains precious images, written materials and panoramic views of the World Cup, showing the charm of the football kingdom. It is also a must for football fans to visit Sao Paulo.
Sao Paulo's Football Museum is really a museum with very good and long insights about the history and dreams of football.
The Museum records the history of the development of modern football and the records of previous World Cups. It's very exciting to watch these video records.