The Shipyard Museums pay tribute to the most emblematic soccer teams of the country that were born at the end of the decade of 1920 in the traditional Astillero Neighborhood, place where the river vessels were built, therefore, the teams are called “Idols of the Shipyard”.
The Barcelona Museum was inaugurated on July 9, 2013 and pays tribute to the most popular sports club of the country, which was established by Spanish and Ecuadorian businessmen on Friday may 1, 1928 at the house of Catalan Eutimio Perez. Barcelona is the team with more national championships since the team has won 14 titles (from 1957 to 2013); the yellow team also has won the title of sub-champion of the Libertadores Cup in two occasions (1990 and 2008).
Emelec is a sports club born in the Electric Company of Ecuador, and was established on April 28, 1929 by American George Capwell. The team has won the national championship in ten occasions; currently the museum is being remodeled.
Team jerseys, photographs, posters and legendary videos of the players are exhibited at the Barcelona museum, also best plays, important matches, a model of the stadium, clothing and shoes that belonged to the players, trophies, plaques and soccer balls. There are 3 movie screens for the exhibition of videos.