Take a look inside the museum here.
Check out what you'll find on each floor of our unique building.
Begin your game here. Find out what’s on today, pick up a visitor guide, and head for the turnstiles...
Find perfect souvenirs of your visit, or call in any time for unique football memorabilia and gifts for the fan in your life.
BBC Radio Commentary Collection
Relive your club’s greatest moments, as heard on BBC Radio.
A brief history of the beautiful game. From football’s first laws to our own ‘First XI’ of key moments, this is where the museum visit really begins.
The game is nothing without the fans. Take a look at how the matchday experience, and what it means to support a team, has changed over the years.
The leagues, the cups, the trophies. Discover great stories from The FA Cup, track your team’s league history and discover how these competitions made football the world’s biggest game.
England on the World Stage
Chart the progress of our national sides through the generations via interactives, artworks and objects - including the Jules Rimet Trophy!
If football is a religion, stadiums are its cathedrals. Find out more about the homes of football here.
Lift the Trophy
Get your hands on some (virtual) silverware and strike your best celebratory pose.
“The media make or break players. The reverse is rarely true.” From press to radio, to TV and now 24 hour online coverage, the way we follow football has changed as much as the game itself.
Match of the Day
The Match of The Day Commentary Challenge puts you in the box for a classic FA Cup moment. Gary Lineker will hand over to you from the studio, then it’s time for you to call the action...
Clubs nowadays are big brands, but they all started somewhere. Take a look at the origins and identities of some of the teams we follow through thick and thin.
The individuals who inspire, entertain, or maybe just annoy us. This is where you’ll find the cult heroes, the record breakers, and the game-changers.
Our Beautiful Game
A month in the life of English football. This brilliant short film plays every 15 minutes in our immersive cinema space. A must-see experience that will remind you why you fell in love with the game.
Test your ‘keeping reactions by stopping as many ‘shots’ as you can in a minute.
Keep the ball moving quickly! Turn defence into attack with quick, short, accurate passes in this Tiki-Taka test!
Toys & Games
From flick-to-kick to FIFA and beyond: rainy-day alternatives to football have a history almost as long as the real thing, and big part to play in its future.
An area specially designed for under 5s (and their adults). Join us for regular events like Baby Moves, Let’s Play Toddler & Storytime, or just relax in a safe space for play and learning.
12 yards between you and glory... Step up to the spot and beat the keeper. Will you go for power, placement, or both?
Learn how the rules have changed and how they are enforced. Plus take on the ‘You Are The Ref!’ challenge. Sponsored by you-are-the-ref.com
Football For All
It’s not about the Premier League; it’s about every league. Find out more about the game as enjoyed by people of all abilities.
On The Ball
Show off your skills, and learn some new ones from freestyle champion John Farnworth.
Meet the masterminds of tactics, formations and motivation. Follow the evolution from wingless wonders to false nines, and from 1-1-8 to the WM.
Pick the perfect pass and show how quick and accurate you are, to prove that you’re the Pass Master!
Learn about the different types of players that go into the perfect team: the great poachers, stoppers, enforcers and creators; who was the best?
Shirts, balls, boots and equipment throughout the years: from cult favourites to football faux-pas, this is an interactive look at changing technology on the pitch.
The most important thing that needs to perform on the pitch is your body. Take a detailed look at the stresses and strains the body faces, and how top players stay match-ready.
STRIP! How Football Got Shirty
Our exhibition on the history of the football shirt, coming Friday 22 November.
Level 4 of the museum is our very own classroom. Perfect for schools and special learning events. Visit our Learning pages to find out more.