The Scottish Football Museum at Hampden will take you on a football journey the like of which you have never been on before.
Based within Hampden Park, the Museum provides a wonderful day out for fans of the great game. There are thousands of objects on display, tracing the history of football in Scotland and there is film footage highlighting some of the most memorable games and great players.
Marvel at the original Scottish Cup, the world’s oldest national football trophy. Learn about the history of Scottish football from the 19th century right up until today.
Enter through one of the turnstiles from the old ground and watch Archie Gemmill score one of the top ten World Cup goals of all time against Netherlands. Sit in what was the original dressing room from the old Third Hampden and listen to Craig Brown addressing his Scotland team.
You also visit the Scottish Football Hall of Fame which features the greatest players this country has ever produced. Denis Law, Jim Baxter, Kenny Dalglish and also catch some of the great foreign players to have graced our game. Watch Henrik Larsson terrorise defences. Witness Brian Laudrup drift past defenders seemingly with little effort.
The Museum was also the first in Glasgow to be awarded the prestigious Five Star rating stamp of approval from VisitScotland making it one of the top visitor attractions in Scotland.
The Scottish Football Museum has something for all ages and, more importantly, the ability to educate and inspire future generations.