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Football Museum Bucharest

The new point of attraction in the center of Bucharest

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94% of the respondents believe that a football museum would increase the attractiveness of Bucharest in the eyes of foreign tourists

Romanians expect that such a museum, in addition to fulfilling the classic mission of a museum, also offers other activities related to football, which together would offer a more intense experience than they would do separately.

6/10 respondents said they would like to see a rich collection of historical football objects (shirts, boots, trophies, pennants, autographs, things that belonged to football players)

At the same time, 33% of those surveyed consider themselves satisfied with the events and sports tourist attractions in Romania, and when they were asked which tourist attractions in Bucharest they would visit, they mentioned the National Arena, the Ghencea Stadium and the Arc de Triumf Stadium.

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50% of those surveyed wish the museum had a dedicated fan shop where they can buy a souvenir or a gift

54% of those surveyed want a football museum to offer them the opportunity to meet football stars

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85% of Romanians would visit a football museum in Bucharest

The results of the study show that the majority of respondents evaluate the offer of tourist and leisure objectives in Bucharest as insufficient; among them are the Herastrau Park, the Parliament Palace, the Village Museum and the Antipa Museum.

The survey was conducted between August 22-31 among 750 people aged between 16 and 55, the urban population of Romania.

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