LEISURE ATTRACTIONS AND SPORTS
São Bernardo do Campo has places for leisure and sports, both amateurs and professionals.
Our parks are ideal for leisure, entertainment, fun or just a walk. São Bernardo do Campo also hosts important sporting events, such as artistic gymnastics, canoeing, handball, volleyball, soccer, table tennis, among others. Today one of its main teams is the São Bernardo Futebol Clube, the Tigre, as it is popularly known
“PARQUE DA JUVENTUDE” - CITTÁ DI MARÓSTICA EXTREME SPORTS PARK
Opened in August 2007, with approximately 22 thousand m2, the park provides different types of extreme sports, among them: skateboarding, rollerskating, biking and climbing. Despite being a space dedicated to the practice of extreme sports, the place also has a common park for exercising or talking short walks / runs, as it has a 600 meter track around it.
Armando Ítalo Setti, 65 - Centro, São Bernardo do Campo - Tel .: (11) 4121-2622
CIDADE DA CRIANÇA PARK
Built in the 1950s, it was the first theme park in Brazil. The space was used as a set for the soap opera “Redenção”. Reopened in 2010, in order to rescue its real values, leisure and tourism.
It has well-know attractions, such as the Submarine and the Cable car, in addition to hosting the Municipal Tourist Information Center.
Rua Tasman, 301 - Centro - Tel .: (11) 4330-6998
The Multisport Gymnasium is one of the most modern in the state. The place often hosts major events in sports, culture, religion, education and leisure. Among the competitions already held in the gymnasium are the Handball Pan American Games, Futsal World Championship, Volleyball America´s Cup, Nobuo Suga Judo Tournament, “Jogos Abertos do Interior”, Brazilian Championship of Karate, “Sakete” World Championship and the 2012 Men's Volleyball Superleague finals.
Avenida Kennedy , 1155 - Anchieta - Tel .: (11) 4126-5600
“PRIMEIRO DE MAIO” STADIUM
Also known as Vila Euclides Stadium, it has historical importance for the city and the country. In 1979 it hosted the episode that made it nationally known: during the biggest strike in the country, it attracted more than 70,000 metalworkers from ABC and was taken by the police, who invaded the place and repressed them. In 1980, more than 100 thousand workers were at the stadium on Labor Day (May 1). This episode named the place.
In 2011, the stadium hosted important “Paulistão” football matches.
Rua Olavo Bilac, 240 - Vila Euclides
With an area of approximately 13 thousand m2, the park has an outdoor gym, bike rack, playground, common area, walking and bike tracks, pet –friendly area, street basketball, lighting, bathroom, as well as more than 400 trees.
Avenida Aldino Pinotti - Centro