Monday, October 6, 2008

Soccer Museum inside Sao Paulo

Soccer Museum at Pacaembu Stadium

The Soccer Museum was inaugurated in Sao Paulo. It's inside Pacaembu Stadium, that has opened its doors to the public last week. Budgeted at R$32.5 million, the museum entered into a broad audiovisual collection to tell the history of football and its importance in Brazilian society. It's place, which is under the Pacaembu bleachers, is divided into three main areas (Emotion, History and Fun).

There are 15 rooms and the museum is not just about what happens inside the field. The intention is also to show the trajectory of Brazil intertwined with its most popular sport. "It's not a place just about football. It is also a tribute to the sense that this sport awakens in people, "says the curator Leonel Kaz.
Following the Museum of the Portuguese language style, the Soccer Museum also wants to prioritize interaction with the public. In it, visitors can discover the power of their kick or play foosball with teams in different tactical schemes.

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