Incredible moment! Nice game with many goals and a very big stadium, very good moment! You can get there by bus, by uber, by car, etc. unfortunately the governor did not finished the building of subway station near the stadium as planned (2014) so you cannot get there my subway yet.
I was privileged to have a little private walk round with friends on a recent business trip. Not only is this a great stadium (capacity REDUCED to 80,000 when standing room was replaced with seating) but it hosts many other interesting activities -- a fitness club, with dance lessons, language lessons and much more. On the day we were there... 更多
The Morumbi Stadium, owned by São Paulo FC - one of South America and even the world football (soccer) giants - despite being antiquated comparing to SPFC rivals' brand-new and modern arenas, has a unique grandiosity and beauty, especially from inside. Don't wait too much from its outside facade, which isn't really beautiful and lacks some refurbishment, however this traditional... 更多
One of the largest Stadion of the world. It is out of date in comparison to the modern stadions of the world. Nice residential area.
This used to be the second best stadium in SP (Pacaembú will always be number one), but with Palmeiras and Corinthians investments on their own arenas Morumbi is now fourth, not to say fifth on the list. Public transportation is still a major difficulty to acess this area of town, and parking your car there can be a hassle due... 更多
If you are in Brazil, go to a football match, I am not a fan at all, but at least you should try it once. Too me this stadium felt authentic, it is old, toilets are really disgusting, but the atmosphere was great!