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The Scottish Football Museum exists to promote the unique football heritage of Scotland, to build and maintain a national football collection, and to educate and inspire future generations.
As one of Glasgow’s Leading Attractions, the Scottish Football Museum is an ideal day out for families, avid football fans and novices eager to gain knowledge of Scottish football. With over 2500 objects on display, the museum is home to the world’s most impressive national collection of football related objects, memorabilia and ephemera.
The fourteen galleries take you through the development of the modern game in Scotland, from the nineteenth century to the present day. Visitors get the chance to see some of football’s most exciting and unique objects, including the world’s oldest national trophy, the Scottish Cup.
The Stadium Tour
On the stadium tour you will experience Hampden Park like the players do on a match day - visit the underground roadway, team changing rooms, and get the chance to strike a ball in the Hampden Hotshots gallery and have the speed of your shot electronically measured! Walk down the tunnel, hear the famous "Hampden Roar" and then follow the footsteps of legends by climbing the stairs to the cup presentation area.
Hall of Fame
The Hall Of Fame is a permanent feature in the Scottish Football Museum to honour the truly great players, managers and officials who have reached the pinnacle of their profession and have made a significant contribution to Scotland’s football reputation through their skill, spirit and determination. There are currently 89 football legends in the Hall of Fame.
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