National Football Museum

Telephone: 0161 605 8200

Inspire your group with a visit to the National Football Museum. Explore the fun interactive galleries and discover all about the ‘beautiful game’. Their exciting new learning programme uses unique objects and amazing stories to enthuse and engage both football and non-football fans. Sessions use the hook of football to bring cross curricular learning to life.


Primary workshops include:

Pickles and the Stolen World Cup Floodlights –

The Power of Electricity Object Investigators

Going to the Match

Designer Balls

First Division

Secondary Workshops include many of the same as Primary, with additions:

Women, Football and Society

Stadium Design Leisure and Tourism History of Early Football Workshops cover: Literacy, Numeracy, PE, Science, Drama, Art, Science, People, Teamwork, Respect, Equality, Performance, Role Play and Games. For Primary and Secondary the museum also offer their popular Football Poetry Days with poet in residence Paul Cookson, taking place on set days throughout the year.

The National Football Museum is a free entry museum and offers both visits with education workshops as well as self guided visits; Football Plus interactive experiences can be booked as an optional extra.

World Cup poster display at the National Football Museum

Additional Information

Address: National Football Museum, Urbis Building Cathedral Gardens, Manchester, M4 3BG
Telephone: 0161 605 8200
The area/s in which this provider is available are:North West

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