English, Español, Portuguese
Hi guys! My name is João Pedro and I’m 25 years old. I’m a lifelong São Paulo fan who loves sharing my club and city with visiting fans. I hope you can enjoy this experience in an unforgettable day in one of the biggest and traditional stadiums of South America.
We will meet at São Paulo-Morumbi subway station (yellow line- 4), it´s the closer one. If you have any trouble to find out this station, we can choose another place to meet. Anyway, we will go to the match by subway, because it´s the easiest way to get to the Morumbi Stadium. The same thing to go back home.
We’ll arrive to the stadium a couple of hours before the game, so you can feel the passion of the fanatic supporters of São Paulo. We can take some beers and barbecue while I explain you the context/history of São Paulo and we know each other better. After all, this is a football experience for me too. After São Paulo FC bus arrival, we get into the line to enter the largest private stadium of Brazil.
We are going to enjoy this experience with the biggest group of São Paulo’s supporters: Torcida Independente. They stay at Setor Laranja (Orange sector) and are in charge of making all Morumbi chant to support the team on the field.
Now I am going to tell you a little bit about São Paulo’s history. We are the Brazilian team with most international trophies: 12, including 3 Libertadores (continental title) and 3 World Clubs Cup. We have in our history the goalkeeper with most goals scored: Rogério Ceni, 131 goals. He is also our biggest idol.
We revealed the last Brazilian player who won the FIFA Balon D’or: Kaká (2007). Our academy always reveals good players. In the last few years Oscar, Casemiro, Éder Militão, Lucas Moura, David Neres and Antony were revealed by São Paulo FC. So you can also have the luck to see one future football star playing! Other football stars played for us: Cafu, Luís Fabiano, Rivaldo, Lugano, Lúcio, Miranda and Alexandre Pato. Today Rogério Ceni is our coach.
Verified Homefans Host 0 Reviews
Leave a Reply