Painting: ‘Spectators Returning Home after Port Vale v Accrington Stanley’ by Arthur Hackney, 1953
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
10 November 2022
The National Football Museum has loaned Trent Alexander-Arnold’s Black Live Matter boots to the FIFA Museum in Zurich, as part of their ‘211 Cultures. One Game’ exhibition.
4 November 2022
The National Football Museum will be receiving £1 million Arts Council England funding to support communities through the creativity of football.
24 October 2022
The National Football Museum's brand new café, now open!
21 October 2022
Bag yourself free tickets to a Football Writing Festival event, a free book of your choice, £50 to spend in our shop and admission for a whole year!
20 October 2022
The National Football Museum is delighted to have been nominated for a prize at the Manchester Culture Awards 2022.