The museum, located at the classic arena Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, already houses Pelé, who has won three World Cup titles.

There are also the men's national team's five World Cup dents can be viewed in stands.

She is already on a poster but will now be permanent as a statue.

The Brazilian women's national team, which is now led by Pia Sundhage, will also have its own department at the museum.

Marta has been named the world's best player by Fifa six times.

At the home Olympics in Rio, Marta was one of eight people who carried the Olympic flag in the stadium.

She has two Olympic silver and one World Cup silver with the national team.

Played with three Swedish clubs

The only international club title that Marta has won is the Uefa Womens Cup (the predecessor to the Uefa Womens League) 2004 with Umeå.

The 34-year-old began his international career in Umeå in 2004 (until 2008), which then had its heyday.

She was also involved in the high-risk project Tyresö IK 2012-2014 and ended the Swedish stay in Rosengård 2014-2017.

She won Swedish Championship gold with all the clubs, a total of seven titles.

In 2017, she also became a Swedish citizen but at the same time retained her Brazilian citizenship.

Right now she's playing with Orlando Pride in Florida.