The national passion for the sport is almost unanimous, discover some tours dedicated exclusively to football lovers

THE world Cup was created in 1930 and takes place every four years, being one of the main sports competitions on the planet, uniting almost all people for the same cause: the fervent admiration for the sport is practically unanimous. Since the opening of the great event, the Brazil has twice hosted the competition in its territory. In his career, he has already been world champion for 5 times in the World Cup, in addition to having won 4 Confederations Cups and 8 Copa Americas.

The curriculum of soccer country is enviable across the planet, as well as being one of the world's leading issuers of sports betting on platforms such as Sportingbet bonus, active in different countries of the world. this year the Russia will host the world event and again Brazil will continue in search of another title. For those who admire the sport, but cannot travel far, we have separated some tours that football lovers can do here in Brazil.

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Maracanã


One of the most famous stadiums in the world is one of the main tourist attractions in the Rio de Janeiro. Opened in 1950, Maracanã is known as the Temple of Football world championship, highlighted as one of the most coveted tours for those who love the art of football. The stadium has hosted some of the most important friendlies in the country and memorable moments in the history of the sport. It was at Maracanã, in 1969, that the King Pele celebrated his 1,000th goal. This is also the largest stadium in Brazil, with the capacity to receive more than 78,000 fans at once. Maracanã has also hosted two major World Cup finals. The tour to get to know the stadium runs every day of the week and lasts an average of 40 minutes, open to the public from 9 am to 4:30 pm. On match days, the tour ends three hours before the gates officially open.

Address: Av. pres. Castelo Branco, Gate 2 – Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro – RJ

Maracana. Photo: Disclosure

Football Museum


It's in the Football Museum, located in the city of São Paulo, that visitors have the opportunity to learn about the history of the sport that is a national passion. There are 6,900 m² dedicated to honoring the sport, with themed rooms that tell the myths and historical events about Brazilian and world football. The museum has long-term interactive exhibitions, virtual installations and temporary exhibitions on the topic. With a giant collection featuring objects, team uniforms, classic photographs and themed rooms, this can be one of the alternatives to learn about the importance of the sport without leaving the capital of São Paulo.

Address: Charles Miller Square, s/n – Pacaembu Stadium, São Paulo – SP

Football Museum. Photo: Luciana Mattos Bogado

Football Museum. Photo: Juan Guerra

Football Museum. Photo: Marcos Lopes

Pele Museum


In the city of Santos, on the coast of São Paulo, the Pele Museum shows the story of one of the greatest idols of Brazilian football. Affectionately nicknamed by the fans as "King of Football", Edison Arantes do Nascimento gained international fame for his great skill on the pitch and is still considered today as one of the best players in the world. The museum presents different personal objects that portray the importance of sport in the athlete's life and career.

Address: Largo Marquês de Monte Alegre, s/n – Valongo, Santos – SP

Pele Museum. Photo: Disclosure

Pele Museum. Photo: Diogo Moreira/A2 Photography

Museum of the Brazilian National Team


THE Museum of the Brazilian National Team is the greatest tribute paid to the most feared team in world football. The Brazilian team has already won the cups of the world Cup, being the country that received the most titles in the sport. The museum's collection narrates the great victories and glories conquered by the most admired team on the planet. There are photos, images, trophies and themed installations that present the glorious history of the Brazilian team. Inside the museum it is also possible to see up close the uniforms used by the players in the different decades lived by the sport. The Museu da Seleção Brasileira is located in the Barra da Tijuca neighborhood and is available for visitation every day of the year, except 12/25 and 01/01.

Address: Avenida Luis Carlos Prestes, 130 – Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro – RJ

Museum of the Brazilian National Team. Photo: Disclosure

Museum of the Brazilian National Team. Photo: Disclosure

Museum of the Brazilian National Team. Photo: Disclosure






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