In the last decade or so, Cristiano Ronaldo has built up an overflowing collection of trophies and accolades. That hardware haul will soon find a roomier home in the near future after the Real Madrid superstar announced he'll be opening his own museum.
Dirty Tackle confirmed the news:
The site will be located on Ronaldo's native island of Madeira, Portugal, according to Goal.com's Ben Hayward, and is set to open on Dec. 15.
Along with 11 major titles won in both England and Spain, Ronaldo's list of individual accolades is also extensive, including one Ballon d'Or title, seven UEFA Team of the Year nominations, two European Golden Shoes, one FIFA Puskas Award and more.
Of course, the development isn't for Ronaldo's own gain and is strictly for the benefit of Madeira, which will surely receive a boost to its economy due to the countless visitors who are likely to make the trip.