"CONMEBOL" Tree of Dreams: Learn about South American Football History

  • Publish date: Wednesday، 30 November 2022
"CONMEBOL" Tree of Dreams: Learn about South American Football History

"The CONMEBOL" or Tree of Dreams in Msheireb Downtown Doha is a new addition to the country's football culture and is bringing in enormous numbers of South American fans.

Fans can play interactive activities that will test their football skills while taking a tour of how South American football has changed throughout history.

Ayman and his eight-year-old son Fadl, who are from Sudan and are attending their first FIFA World Cup, are among the numerous guests. He said that his kid, a future football star, was inspired by the show. "My son can someday be one of the legends, and since we're both huge football fans, the galleries acted as inspiration for us. The Tree of Dreams is incredible; everything was flawless."

The project, according to Daniel from Ecuador, is amazing. "A tree that the entire world can see. You can try out your football talents and capture pictures of football legends. Everyone will appreciate it because it's participatory and fun."

A tree, CONMEBOL, which has been considered the spirit of the continent of South America, serves as the focal point of the show. Feel the flowing energy of the continent through the tree, nourishing the fervor and instinct of South American footballers of the past, present, and future. It stands 6.1 meters tall and is inscribed with the names of notable South American sports associations that are members.

The Best Players, Home of the Icons, and Best Tournaments are the three sections of The Tree of Dreams.

The Best Players gallery features images of the best South American football players throughout time. On interactive displays, fans can choose "The dream team," a perfect lineup made up of their preferred players. Additionally, it has three separate games: the Golazo Meter for practicing football kicks, the Fastest Ginga for practicing agility, and the CONMEBOL Corner for practicing shooting skills.

Fans may remember the past and view Maradona and Pelé, two of South America's greatest players in history, at "Home of the Icons," where life-size sculptures of both players are also on display and available for photo opportunities. It also includes artifacts from the first World Cup, like Obdullo Varela's ankle boots from the 1950 World Cup in Brazil and the Jules Timet Trophy and Tiento Football from the 1930 World Cup in Uruguay.

Fans can travel through the top South American events in the Best Tournament gallery. Everybody can play on the 7 × 4 soccer field there. During the World Cup, through December 18, The Tree of Dreams is open daily from 9:00 until midnight.

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