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Scottish Cup trophy on display at the Scottish Football Museum

Exhibitions

Here are our current Exhibitions and Displays.

Exhibitions

The Scottish Football Museum has an exciting programme of special exhibitions and displays.

These are incorporated into the permanent exhibition space, often including photography exhibitions, which are ordinarily refreshed every six months. These themed exhibitions are inspired by the museum’s collections but often include objects from all over Scotland and beyond, offering unique chances to see some incredible objects. The wide ranging subject matter is designed to draw attention to specific subjects, historic anniversaries and current achievements, as well as social history and popular culture which all help tell Scotland’s footballing story.

Please follow our social media platforms for exhibition announcements and details. Entry to the special exhibition spaces is included in the Museum admission ticket price.

Exhibitions

No Scotland No Party

No Scotland No Party

Our newest exhibition ‘No Scotland No Party’ is a celebration of EURO 2020.

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The exhibition looks at Scotland’s experiences at the European Championship, Hampden as a host and the Tartan Army. This is your chance to see David Marshall’s shirt and gloves from that historic night in Serbia!

Photography Exhibition

100 Years on Main Street

100 Years on Main Street

Smile at the rich sub-culture that is Scottish lower league football.

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Presented to coincide with the centenary of Albion Rovers F.C. at Cliftonhill Stadium in Coatbridge, these photographs by Iain McLean show the fans and environment from a typical lower league football club.

The photographs are a small part of Iain’s ongoing social document featuring the people and environment of Albion Rovers with the pictures presented in black and white to lend them a timeless feel.

The images here were produced home and away between April 2011 and January 2018.

With the club frequently battling against the odds it is fair to say that they would not exist without the core of supporters who volunteer for all manner of jobs at the club, and this splendid old stadium brings people together from all walks of life with a common cause and on occasion can be the stage for something special.

Iain hopes these photographs inform the viewer of the rich sub-culture that is Scottish lower league football and he is sure that you will smile at least once.

More of his work and the recently published Albion Rovers photojournal – A Game of 2 Halves can be found at: www.iainmclean.com

Special Display

100 Years on Main Street

100 Years on Main Street

A special display celebrating Albion Rovers history.

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To coincide with the photography exhibition, we have produced a special display celebrating Albion Rovers. The display includes a variety of objects such as shirts, programmes, medals and a match used football which highlight the club’s history.