Kaká leaves footprint in Maracanã’s Walk of Fame

October 15, 2008 at 11:45 4 comments

AC Milan midfielder and Brazil international, Kaká, has added his footprint to the estádio Maracanã’s Walk of Fame.

The player becomes the 97th athlete to feature in the exhibition and has been placed next to Brazil legends, Zico and Júnior, and Marta who is currently the world’s top female footballer.

At 26, Kaká is the youngest male football player to receive the honour – though Marta took her place last year aged 21.

Surprisingly, Kaká has scored just three goals in the stadium: two for Brazil vs Ecuador and one against Flamengo for São Paulo in 2002.

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  • 1. Nega w.  |  January 27, 2009 at 10:33

    who r the 96 football players who leaves their foot print in Maracana stadium.

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  • 2. pitacodogringo  |  January 27, 2009 at 18:16

    Hi Nega W. this is the oiginal 50 players that were in the ‘hall of fame’ when it was opened in 2000. not sure how many are from 96 though.

    Ademir Menezes (in memorian), Ademir da Guia, Adílio, Alex, Almir (in memorian), Altair, Amarildo, Andrade, Assis, Barbosa (in memorian), Bebeto, Beckenbauer, Bellini, Branco, Brito, Carlos Alberto Torres, Carpegiani, Castilho (in memorian), Cláudio Adão, Coutinho, Danilo Alvim (in memorian), Dario, Dequinha (in memorian), Dida, Didi, Dirceu Lopes, Djalma Santos, Dunga, Edinho, Edmundo, Edu Coimbra, Eusébio, Evaristo, Falcão, Félix, Figueroa, Friaça, Garrincha (in memorian), Gerson, Gylmar, Ipojucan (in memorian), Jair Rosa Pinto, Jairzinho, Joel Martins, Jorginho, Julinho, Júnior, Leandro, Leão, Leônidas, Luís Pereira, Luizinho Lemos, Manga, Marco Antônio Marinho, Marinho Chagas, Marta, Nilton Santos, Orlando, Paulo Borges, Paulo Cézar Lima, Paulo Henrique, Pelé, Pepe, Pinga, Pinheiro, Quarentinha (in memorian), Raul Plassman, Reinaldo, Renato Gaúcho, Rivelino, Roberto Dinamite, Roberto Miranda, Ronaldo Fenômeno, Rondinelli, Romário, Romerito, Rubens (in memorian), Samarone, Silva Batuta, Sócrates, Telê Santana, Tita, Tostão, Vavá, Waldo, Washington, Zagallo, Zico, Zinho, Zito, Zizinho e Zózimo

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  • 3. meryem loulaldi  |  July 3, 2010 at 18:20

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  • 4. diellza  |  November 4, 2010 at 13:19

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