National Football Museum

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Address: National Football Museum, Urbis Building, Cathedral Gardens, Manchester, M4 3BG
Phone Number: 0161 605 8200
Opening Hours: Current opening times.

The National football museum is an attraction in Manchester city centre all about football and home of the FIFA collection.

The museum is housed in a modern 7 storey building with tons of interactive exhibits and displays with everything you ever wanted to know about football. Sections include the Hall of fame with a touch screen display about telling you about all the football greats and where you can select clips to view on the big screen. The Competition zone is where you can see the football trophies and learn about the leagues. Other exhibits include Global game (England’s international history), Stadiums (design and safety), Media coverage, Match of the Day, The Team, Laws (rules), Performance (health and fitness), BBC Radio commentary and The Game exhibition shows the history of football. There’s virtually a whole floor full of interactive activity games to test your football skills and a collection of football related toys and games to see including Subbuteo. The Discovery zone (for under 5 year old’s) has a children’s soft play area and there is also an immersive cinema presentation to see.

  • City car parks nearby (charge).
  • Free admission (donations welcome).
  • Gift shop.
  • Café serving hot meals, snacks and drinks with free WiFi (open from 9am).

Open daily from 10am

 


Before you start your journey to National Football Museum for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.

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