Hugh Turner’s Huddersfield Town Shirt, 1930
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Museum closed due to technical issues (31 Mar – 3 Apr 2023)
31 March 2023
Due to an ongoing technical issue, the National Football Museum has been unable to open and will remain closed until further notice.
Gary Lineker: contemporary collection callout
30 March 2023
The National Football Museum is looking to collect items associated with the BBC's response to Gary Lineker's social media post.
#MIF23: This Entry by Tino Sehgal
14 March 2023
Tino Sehgal presents a playful exchange between different masters of their craft.
Museum announces new partnership with FC United
8 March 2023
The National Football Museum is pleased to announce a new and exciting partnership with FC United of Manchester.
Jack Leslie inducted into the NFM Hall of Fame
11 February 2023
Jack Leslie, the Plymouth Argyle goalscoring marvel, and first ever black player to be called up for England, has been posthumously inducted into the National Football Museum's Hall of Fame.
From Moss Side to Marseille: The Art of Michael Browne and Eric Cantona, opening 14 January 2023
13 January 2023
The National Football Museum is delighted to unveil a new, thought-provoking exhibition jointly curated by artist Michael Browne and France and Manchester United legend, Eric Cantona.
Andy Burnham & FA encourage GM schools to get more girls into football
9 December 2022
The National Football Museum hosted an array of Lionesses past and present at a dedicated women's football reception, taking place within our Crossing the Line exhibition on the Score Gallery.
From Moss Side to Marseille: The Art of Michael Browne and Eric Cantona
30 November 2022
The National Football Museum has announced a new, thought-provoking exhibition jointly curated by artist Michael Browne and France and Manchester United legend, Eric Cantona.
Congratulations to Sir Bobby Charlton, who has been awarded the Oxonian!
21 November 2022
Congratulations to our president, Sir Bobby Charlton, who has been awarded the prestigious Oxonian award by The University of Oxford’s eminent Oxford Guild.
Kerry Davis inducted into National Football Museum Hall of Fame
11 November 2022
England’s first ever Black player to play for the Lionesses Kerry Davis has been inducted into National Football Museum Hall of Fame.