This Wednesday (23), the Football Museum, in São Paulo, started the new edition of the Chuteira para Todos campaign, which collects used football boots in good condition or new ones for donation. Those who contribute to the campaign gain entry to the museum any day of the week, including during the 2022 World Cup.
The boots will be donated to the Perifeminas projects, a collective of black women soccer players from the Parelheiros neighborhood, in the south zone of São Paulo; FutVida, a social project that serves boys and girls from 7 to 15 years old, also from Parelheiros; and Bandeirantes FC, a team of players from the indigenous quilombo Tiririca dos Crioulos, in the city of Carnaubeira da Penha, in the backlands of Pernambuco.
The boots must be deposited in the collection box at the entrance to the Football Museum. Boots can be donated for any type of floor – grass, ballroom or society -, for men, women or children, as long as they are in good condition and clean.
In addition to participating in the donation, the public will be able to watch, free of charge, the 2022 World Cup games at the Football Museum. The matches in Brazil will be broadcast on large screens in the external area, under the façade of the Pacaembu Stadium, and in the Greater Area, right at the entrance to the museum.
The Football Museum is located at Praça Charles Miller, in Pacaembu, in the capital of São Paulo. Open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 9 am to 5 pm.