Museo del Futbol, Montevideo

(3.5/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web)
Examine interesting artifacts and images from the history of the "beautiful game" at Museo del Futbol. As the first nation to host and win a World Cup, soccer runs deep through Uruguayan society. That becomes clear as you wander through the museum, which displays exhibits relating to world soccer, before and after the first World Cup was held in 1930. See replicas of the 1930 and 1950 World Cup trophies, along with a range of flags, trophies, and clothing from across the world of soccer. Head to the on-site store to browse the museum's wide selection of soccer-related souvenirs. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Museo del Futbol by using our Montevideo trip builder.
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  • In "sparkling calm" of Montevideo at once in the residential area of Tres Cruces turns up this sacred monster to football fans: the protagonist of the first Global Estadio Centenario in its time event which assigned the Rimet Cup ... Well articulated Museum on 2 levels with access to the legendary Centenario ... Many relics from different periods and unfailing relevance among other things the "Maracanazo" where the heavenly which inter alia included in pink many Italian natives including Maspoli Gambetta Schiaffino Ghiggia Pines were surprisingly beat Brazil in the 1950 emblazoned in Rio de Janeiro. More than a century, wall murals of historical flags dated goalie Mazurkiewicz and the "gran mariscal" José Nasazzi, many shirts like Scarone, Varela or r. Sosa and relevance at latest 2 protagonists like Forlan and Suarez ... worth a visit even if you're not super football fans but for connoisseurs is surely bread for your teeth. All free!!!!!
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  • Very good walk to remember the history of the Uruguayan soccer and see his exploits, also very cute film that you go with the construction of the Centennial Stadium and the first World Cup in 1930
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  • The museum itself is reasonable. The heat was unbearable, as well as do not have air conditioning, fans were turned off. We pay $7 per person, at least, the water was cold and was free.
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