National Football Museum in Manchester

Looking to visit a football museum? You’ve just found the ultimate Stack for a footy fan! The National Football Museum in Manchester is the world’s biggest football museum and you can visit it for free if you are a City of Manchester taxpayer. This awesome museum is open Wednesday to Sunday in Manchester city centre. Will lots of different exhibitions and tours, you will explore the world’s most popular game throughout the last 150 years.

Some of the things you’ll get up to include:

  1. Get your photo taken with an FA Cup and Premier League Trophies
  2. Come across important English football memorabilia
  3. Take a guided tour
  4. Put your footy skills to the test with the Penalty Shootout Challenge

Where can I find a football museum in Manchester?

Discover how English football has influenced the world over the years, view artefacts and relive the famous matches at the National Football Museum in Manchester.

With new pop-up art exhibitions coming and going it’s best to book your ticket when you see something you really want to visit as it may not be permanent at the museum! We are happy to take the assist on you scoring the goal of a great day out, just add this to your Stack!

  • The museum closes at 5 PM but the last admissions are 4 PM
  • If you are a City of Manchester taxpayer you can enjoy free admission to the museum
  • Penalty Shootout admission can be purchased on the day of the visit

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