With a visit to this museum you will discover the mysteries of the superb Brazilian national sport. A very interesting and entertaining tour.
Emotion, history and fun.
It is no secret that the Brazilians have a special gift for football. In fact, their passion for this sport resulted in the opening of the Football Museum, installed in the basement of the Paulo Machado de Carvalho - Pacaembu Municipal Stadium. With 6,900 square metres of exhibitions and multimedia galleries, the museum shows off the Brazilian passion for football through three sections: emotion, history and fun. If you want to dedicate enough time to visit each exhibition, bear in mind that there are 15 themed rooms, with more than 1,400 photographs and 6 hours of audiovisual content. You will also find a maze of curiosities including sporting tactics, numbers, superstitions, a historical look at the exemption of black athletes becoming national heroes (such as Pelé and Garrincha). Amongst its novelties you can also have fun in the games room, with an interactive experience in which you can shoot a penalty and see the speed of your shot.