|The national football team as you never has been it before|
|Wednesday, 22 December 2010 11:32|
Many of us are going to remember 2010 as the year in which our Spanish National Football Team won its first World Cup in South Africa.
The signature of all those who made the dream possible, the Alfredo Di Stefano’s car, the letters written by Samiter or Zamora during its travels, the unforgettable moments of 1982 World Cup, and much more, are part of the National Team Museum, situated in Las Rozas Football City, from the 21st of December.
You can walk around more than 100 years of that sport’s and our National team’s history, through around thousand important objects, like cleats, legendary t-shirts, unique documents.
Contemplate the official ball of the first World Cup finale in 1930, the original t-shirt of Olivilla, the Spanish goalkeeper during the 1964 European Cup or the 1992 Olympic medal.
Go inside the time tunnel where you can do an audiovisual travel around legendary images that are part of the Spanish football’s great moments. Trophys, old and ancient dresses but also objects related to the women football or indoor soccer, that’s a luxury for a National Team’s fan like you.Museo de la Selección
Place: Ciudad del Fútbol Español - C/ Ramón y Cajal, s/n Las Rozas
Opening hours: from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Closed on Mondays, 25th of December and 1st of January (see the opening hours on 24th and on 31st of December and on 6th of January).
Price: adults 12 euro, children 8 euro
grups (20 or more persons: adults 9 euro, children 6 euro
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