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2 April 2021
The award from the Culture Recovery Fund enables the museum to reopen in May with a brand new Hall of Fame exhibition and new digital content.
23 March 2021
A manuscript which details the very birth of football will go on display at the National Football Museum, with a planned reopening of 27 May 2021.
It’s not about results or multi-million pound salaries, it’s how football can change lives – Jane Bateman
23 February 2021
Jane Bateman has developed football networks around the globe for more than 20 years leading The Football Association's International Relations Team. But it's delivering programmes around football and social change that she feels are the most rewarding.
4 February 2021
The museum is hosting Create the Space, a trio of online talks about representation, identity and mental health within the game.
8 January 2021
The oldest surviving FA Cup will be returning to the National Football Museum, having been acquired at auction by new custodians Manchester City.
9 December 2020
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20 November 2020
The best cultural digital experiences from Manchester museums and galleries this winter.
3 November 2020
In accordance with government guidelines, the museum is currently closed.
21 October 2020
National Football Museum curators have run the rule over this season’s new football shirts and selected the country’s very best. Has your club made it into our Top 25 list?
12 October 2020
The National Football Museum has been awarded £515,965 as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF).