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The article presents a case study carried out by a direct participant in the gestation and management experience of the Football Museum in São Paulo, Brazil. It is also the presentation of existing opportunities in the interrelation between curation, museography and architecture at the service of the educational process. The text begins by pointing out the importance of football in the feeling of belonging of the Brazilians, an originally elitist sport that was appropriated and subverted by thedoi:10.36572/csm.2019.vol.57.03 fatcat:5o3zh3k5onevvhwbpmbddfjnpm