Museu CR7 hits 250,000 visits

Cristiano Ronaldo's museum hits 250000 visits

Cristiano Ronaldo’s personal museum has recorded a landmark 250,000 visit from tourists in less than four years after it was founded.

Situated in the Real Madrid superstar’s hometown of Funchal in Madeira, the museum was officially opened to the general public on December 15, 2013. Upon the inauguration, there was a collection of 126 trophies present. The trophies comprise of the ones the iconic number 7 has won in his youth days as well as accolades acquired in his professional career.

Of course, that number has changed significantly over the years with Cristiano Ronaldo notably winning three Ballon d’Ors, the maiden edition of FIFA’s The Best award, two UEFA Champions Leagues and the European championship with Portugal since the museum was birthed.

Indeed, it has been quite a journey for the Portuguese football icon. Upon initially making his intentions clear about owning a personal museum, all many people could see was a self-serving and egoistic man who often found pleasure in exalting himself above others. Others even predicted failure and doom for an undertaking that has really helped put the Portuguese island of Madeira on the map.

CR7 Museu
Cristiano Ronaldo’s latest ventures have really helped put Madeira on the

CR7 Museum Madeira

Nevertheless, with the help of Cristiano Ronaldo’s mastermind team headed by his agent Jorge Mendes and championed by his best buddies in Ricardo Regufe and Miguel Paixao, the repository has thrived against all odds. The CR7 brand is slowly being shaped into a huge multi-million entity and in a few years, the 250,000 will just be the number of visits in a day.

We already had 250 000 visitors in my @museucr7funchal !! Thank you all!??

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Still, congratulations to Cristiano Ronaldo for a remarkable achievement!

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Emmanuel is a very vibrant writer from Ghana. Young but not small. Humble but full of hunger to learn and confidence to achieve greater heights in the world of online journalism. Emmanuel is passionate about the Beautiful Game with special love for English giants Manchester United and their former number 7 icon, Cristiano Ronaldo. In his leisure time, he loves writing and reading practically anything; old notes, e-books, articles... you name it! The Accra native and devoted Christian also loves drawing, swimming, watching and playing football both on the field and via FIFA video games. At times, Emmanuel loves to find himself alone at the beach and in nature.


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