Scottish Football Museum

Scottish Football Museum information

Glasgow , United Kingdom
Street Hampden Park
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adult/child £6/3
Opening hours
10am-5pm Mon-Sat, 11am-5pm Sun
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Lonely Planet review

Football fans will love the Scottish Football Museum, which features exhibits on the history of the game in Scotland and the influence of Scots on the world game. Football inspires an incredible passion in Scotland and the museum is crammed full of impressive memorabilia, including a cap and match ticket from the very first international football game (which took place in 1872 between Scotland and England, and ended 0-0). The museum's engrossing exhibits give insight into the players, the fans, the media and the way the game has changed over the last 140 years. You can also take a tour of the stadium (adult/child £6/3; combined ticket with museum £9/4.50), home ground of the national football side and of lesser league outfit Queens Park. The museum is at Hampden Park, off Aikenhead Rd. To get there, take a train to Mount Florida station or take bus 5, 31, 37 or 75 from Stockwell St.