The Scottish Football Museum is home to a remarkable range of football related objects.
The Scottish Football Museum’s collection is recognised as Nationally Significant by Museums Galleries Scotland. The collection contains over 40,000 football-related objects which help tell the story of Scottish football from 1867 until the present day. The collection includes medals, trophies, shirts, boots, programmes, photographs, toys, international caps and even stadium architecture.
One of our most recent acquisitions is the jersey and gloves worn by David Marshall during Scotland’s penalty shoot-out victory over Serbia to qualify for Euro 2020.
A selection of objects from our collection is shown in the Gallery below.
To view more items from our collection, you will soon be able to visit our Google Arts and Culture site.
If you are interested in donating an item to the museum, please visit the Curation and Loans page.
For any other collections queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.