Cricket, Rugby & Football
Sao Paulo Football Club Stadium - Morumbi Stadium
Inaugorated in 1960 (official name is Cicero Pompeu de Toledo.) Second largest stadium in Brazil after the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro. Seats: 80,000. Also hosts major pop and rock concerts. Praca Roberto Gomes Pedrosa, 1.
Corinthians Football Club Stadium - Pacaembu Stadium
Pacaembu Stadium is municipal owned, and also houses the museum of football. Charles Miller Praca, Pacaeumbu. Seats: 35,000. Corinthians also play in the Alfredo Schuring Stadium - Rua Sao Jorge, 777, Parque Sao Jorge. Seats: 15,000.
Pro Sport Serv
Football pitches and tennis courts available to rent for your event. Football and tennis schools at various locations around Sao Paulo. Liberdade district - Monday to Friday 08:30-00:30, Saturday and Sunday 08:30-18:30. Rua do Lavapes, 410.
Museu do Futebol
Sao Paulos museum of Football is in the Praca (square) of Charles Miller at the Pacaembu Stadium. Charles Miller being the Englishman that exported the beautiful game to Brazil in 1894. Shop selling football kits. Tuesday to Sunday 10:00-18:00.
Volleyball Federacao Paulista
Volleyball in Brazil is played on sandy beach courts and in small purpose built stadiums. Regular international matches are played in Sao Paulo. Rua Abilio Soares, 1370, Paraiso.
Palmeiras Football Club Stadium - Palestra Italia Stadium
Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras - Palmeiras football club was formed by Italian immigrants in 1914. The Palestra Italia Stadium or Parque Antartica Stadium as it is sometimes known seats 32,000. Rua Turiassu, 1840, Agua Branca, Sao Paulo.