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Museo del Calcio, Florence
(3.5/5 based on 10 reviews on the web)
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  • Great evening in the company of great players and people from the world of sport. Great buffet and wonderful visit also the Federal technical center. A special note to the President Up For wonderful person and great man of sports.
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  • My son has been to visit the Museum of football with the school last month. The experience of the guys was wonderful, to their arrival have been greeted with kindness and professionalism. The day was held in the name of dancing and friendship. The guys did the workout on the pitches of the technical center of Coverciano .... they all felt called to the national team, the girls cheering from the sidelines!! After a nice shower they had lunch together, my Fanny is Celiac, gluten quality was great. After lunch, visit to the Museum: a universe of football history ... medals, cups, uniforms, shoes, balls, photos, movies and whatnot to relive all of Italy's most beloved sports history, unmissable buying the leather ball footballers and ... returning home!! Fabulous location
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  • Conferences organized in the Museum with a visit to the museum itself. A blast from the past, both new and old football memorabilia to retrace the history of Italian football. To visit.
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  • Fascinating. I spent half an hour in adoration of the World Cup.
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  • An exhibition of objects, memorabilia and trophies related to the world of football and in particular football, sports history inextricably linked to the history of our country and to the Italian company.
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  • The Museum is structured on 3 floors and covers the whole Italian football history through memorabilia donated by players, managers, referees and in General by whom the sport lives on the front lines. The Museum Director is a very kind person, even let us take a look of the fields where you train the Italian national football team taking us and telling us many anecdotes. The ticket price is only € 5, well spent I would say.
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  • Interesting but undervalued!
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