São Paulo is certainly a city with several traditional football clubs, from the smallest to the giants that figure in the elite. Discover a little more of the history of these great stadiums on this three-tour combo, which will immerse you in the culture of these clubs, the city and the country!
Our first stop will be at Pacaembu Stadium, which is the most historic and traditional of them all! Built in the 1940s, it was one of the main stadiums for the 1950 World Cup and since then has hosted games from several clubs in the city, with SC Corinthians being the club that played there most often.
The stadium has the famous Football Museum that presents several items about the history of Brazilian and international football, including goals and historical narrations, player shirts and history of the World Cups. On the second stop we will go to the newest stadium in the city and home of SE Palmeiras, Allianz Parque! Due to its modernity, the stadium is the stage for several events not related to football, such as musical concerts and others, but it certainly stands out for its use within the sport, being a hostile terrain for Palmeiras opponents. It opened in 2014, being built over the old Palmeiras stadium, Palestra Itália, which was demolished to make way for this modern multi-use arena.
The last stop, but not least, is Estádio do Morumbi, home of São Paulo FC! Being the largest private stadium in Brazil, Morumbi carries the history of one of the biggest clubs in the country, with several and very important titles conquered here. The real name of the stadium honors Cícero Pompeu de Toledo, one of the greatest presidents in the history of São Paulo FC and a great enthusiast of the construction of the tricolor stadium.
All tours include admission ticket, transport between locations and local host. During the tours, the most varied facilities of the stadiums are visited, such as changing rooms, press room, field, cabins, bleachers, trophy room, corridors where only the players have access and much more. That’s the best way for you to go into this tours. No need to worry about planning where to go, how to get a ticket for entrance or how to travel. We got you covered
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