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Museo del Futbol, Montevideo
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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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Muy buena opcion para conocer la historia del futbol Uruguayo con piezas de alto valor historico,por ser de los pocos museos del mundo que tiene todo original y no replicas como en otros museos del mu... read more »Very good choice to learn the history of the Uruguayan soccer with pieces of high historical value, because of the few museums in the world that has all original and not replicas as in other museums of the world (camsetas of 1930, 1950 the end of Maracanã, leather balls, shoes photos unreleased etc...) and much information of soccer South American access with lift to Tower of the tributes with excellent panoramic view of the stadium Centenariioshow original
Debajo de la tribuna Olímpica, integrado a la Torre de los homenajes esta el Museo del Fútbol Uruguayo. Debajo de este sector esta la piedra fundacional del Estadio Centenario. Se puede subir a la Tor... read more »Under the Tribune Olympic, integrated to the Tower of the tributes is the Museum of the Uruguayan soccer. Under this sector is the stone foundation of the stadium centenary. You can climb to the Tower of the tributes by a panoramic lift. Very good initiative of the Uruguayan Football Association where you can admire a very good construction, opening, the first World Cup, objects, jerseys, balls, shows documents, classified by times, categories, etc. Are the two world cups won by Uruguay in 1930 and 1950. When the Cup was called Jules Rimet. The entrance leaves 100 pesosshow original
Es increibke comprobar la rica historia de este pequeño pais de tres millones de habitantes en el deporte mas popular del mundo. Si bien el museo no esta del todo organizado, si sos amante del futbolo... read more »It is increibke to make sure the rich history of this small country of three million people in the sport more popular in the world. Although Museum is quite organized, if you're a lover of the futbolo can not dig data, pictures, amazing stories. If you can perform the guided tour, the veteran employee who performs it you cuensta stories very good.show original
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