The Scottish Football Museum is Scotland’s national museum of association football, located in Hampden Park in Glasgow.
The museum houses over 2000 objects of football memorabilia, including the world's oldest cap and match ticket from the first official international match of 1872, and the world's oldest national trophy, the Scottish Cup, which was made in 1873. Although the FA Cup competition is older (established during the 1871–72 season), its original trophy has been lost.
|Monday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||11:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Scott Caldwell | Sep 20, 2017
A first class visitor attraction. Take a trip through the annals of Scottish football history from the late 19th century to the present day. It really does make you appreciate the role Scotland has had in the birth of the ultimate game. Great exhibits, interactive media and very helpful staff on hand to answer any questions. Well worth the £8 for an adult ticket.
Patrick Hanlon | Sep 22, 2017
Had a really enjoyable afternoon and only wish I had more time. Our tour guide was Jim McKay who was great fun. Thanks to Jim, I can now say that I've actually scored at Hampden (you'll need to do the tour). I can't wait to go back.
Matthew Robertson | Aug 15, 2017
The Hampden Experience is a must for any football fan. I took by two boys, 13 and 14 along with my husband, a family ticket was good value at £30. The tour guide, Jim was knowledgeable, entertaining, full of anecdotes, personal stories and kept everyone in the group of about 20 people involved. We went in the changing rooms, walked out into the ground and had plenty of photo opportunities. There was a chance for everyone to score a goal in the warm up area. The museum is full of loads of football history with many items going back to the 1870's where football started to become the game we love today. It includes the Scottish Cup, European Cup and even Ali McCoists Golden Boot. There was a small cafe which did panini, cake and coffee which was friendly and reasonably priced. This was our boys first trip to Scotland - we live in Bristol, and flew in that morning, making Hampden our first stop. We weren't disappointed. 😍
Donald Stephenson | Jun 17, 2017
Totally worth the trip down to the deep south. If you are a football fan this is a must see as it shows the real history of the oldest footballing nation in the world. Even learn about how Brazil owes its footballing heritage to Scotland.
JOSEPH CARSON | Feb 10, 2017
Great venue. Keep plenty of time there is loads to see. Book the stadium tour as well.
bhargavi ilangovan | Jun 12, 2018
Not a football fan, I was reluctant to visit this place. The boys were too excited and I dint have the heart to protest. Nevertheless, it wasn’t as boring as I has expected. It wasn’t crowded , as we. Insisted during the week. The memorabilia were vast. I couldn’t understand a lot of stuff, but could see two happy boys at the end of the tour.
Wendy Landale | Jun 16, 2018
I honestly don't recommend the tour if you're expecting anything interesting to be seen as they don't put out the regalia unless there is an event. However I recommend just paying to see the Sports Museum downstairs it is vast and can easily take more than an hour looking at each item and reading it's description as well as interactive areas.
Gavin Edgar | Apr 10, 2018
Brilliant museum full of Scottish football history. Well worth having a look round
martin113ish | Jun 16, 2018
Inside hampden stadium, full of fascinating stuff
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