Scottish Football Museum & Hampden Stadium Tour

Scottish Football Museum & Hampden Stadium Tour See more than 2500 exhibits in 14 galleries, walk amongst Scotland’s footballing legends in the Hall Of Fame and take the Stadium tour……….it’s who we are.
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Football Memories Scotland
17/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - Here is today's location!

Football Memories Scotland
17/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

A throwback to 1977 and a match between Dundee United and St Mirren. Any memories of these players?

Football Memories Scotland
17/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

SPOT THE BALL - Today we are back to the 1960s and a visit by Hearts to Fir Park. Do you know any of the players? (Hint: the closest Hearts player was a Scottish internationalist & League Cup winner in 1962). And can you locate the ball? The location will be revealed later today!

Football Memories Scotland
16/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

SPOT THE BALL - Here is today's location

Football Memories Scotland
16/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

SPOT THE BALL - Today we are back to Hampden Park in September 1972 and a Second Division clash between Queen's Park FC and Dunfermline Athletic. Can you spot the ball?

Football Memories Scotland
15/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

SPOT THE BALL - Here is today's location!

Football Memories Scotland
15/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - Today we are going back to the Scottish Junior Cup Final in 1965 where Baillieston (in stripes) are playing Linlithgow Rose! Can you locate the ball?

Football Memories Scotland
14/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - today's location of the ball!

Football Memories Scotland
14/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - today we are going back to 1968 and Queen of the South's visit to New Kilbowie Park for a Scottish Cup tie against Clydebank. Can you spot the location of the ball?

Football Memories Scotland
13/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - here is today's location!

Check out  Football Memories Scotland on Facebook every Monday for their Football Special paper (with quiz & word search...
13/04/2020

Check out Football Memories Scotland on Facebook every Monday for their Football Special paper (with quiz & word search) and every Thursday for their Spot the Ball competition - these free to access resources can be viewed online or can be printed off to support reminiscence in the home!

Football Memories Scotland
13/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - In 1969 Kilmarnock celebrated their centenary with a game against Eintracht Frankfurt. In this picture the Killie goalkeeper is attempting to punch clear. Recognise any of the players? And can you spot the ball?

Football Memories Scotland
12/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - Here is the location of the ball from today's game!

We really hope you enjoy tomorrow's Football Special - a free to access reminiscence resource it is out every Monday. Th...
12/04/2020

We really hope you enjoy tomorrow's Football Special - a free to access reminiscence resource it is out every Monday. There are features on Denis Law, the October 1969 League Cup Final, the great Hearts sides of the 1950s/60s & the 1964 Scottish Junior Cup Final plus a Quiz & Word Search game!

Football Memories Scotland
12/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Happy Easter everyone! Spot the Ball - today we are back to 1973 and the Scottish Junior Cup Final where Irvine Meadow are playing Cambuslang Rangers. Can you find the location of the ball? As always we will post up the location later today!

Football Memories Scotland
11/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - here is the location of the ball from today's game!

Football Memories Scotland
11/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - Today we are at Tynecastle in 1965 where Hearts are hosting Rangers. Recognise any players and can you find the location of the ball?

Football Memories Scotland
10/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Here are the answers (along with the original questions) to Roddy Stewart's quiz!

Football Memories Scotland
10/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - here is the location! The players that we have listed in the picture are Jim Blair & Arthur Duncan (Hibs) and Larry Lloyd & Tommy Smith (Liverpool).

Scottish Football Museum & Hampden Stadium Tour
10/04/2020

Scottish Football Museum & Hampden Stadium Tour

Robert Harvey who runs our Football Memories Hampden Club had a great virtual meeting today with 18 group members. They listed countries where they have watched football. Have you watched games in any of these countries? Or are there other countries where you have watched a game?

Robert Harvey who runs our Football Memories Hampden Club had a great virtual meeting today with 18 group members. They ...
10/04/2020

Robert Harvey who runs our Football Memories Hampden Club had a great virtual meeting today with 18 group members. They listed countries where they have watched football. Have you watched games in any of these countries? Or are there other countries where you have watched a game?

Football Memories Scotland
10/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Ahead of the Scottish FA's Big Scottish Football Quiz (tonight at 8pm) we thought we would get folk warmed up with a wee quiz of our own. We are grateful to volunteer Roddy Stewart from Benbecula who created this quiz for us. Answers in a short while!

Football Memories Scotland
10/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - Today we are at Easter Road in 1970 where Billy Shankly's Liverpool are playing Hibernian in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. Was anyone at this game? Do you recognise any of the players? And can you spot the location of the ball?

Sports Heritage Scotland
09/04/2020

Sports Heritage Scotland

Here is our updated poster detailing the various connected Facebook sites which provide images and features that can support reminiscence in the home.

Football Memories Scotland
09/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - Today's location!

Football Memories Scotland
09/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - Today we are back to the early 1960s where at Fir Park Motherwell are attacking Celtic's goal. Do you recognise any players and can you find the location of the ball?

Football Memories Scotland
08/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - here is today's location of the ball!

Football Memories Scotland
08/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - today we are at Hampden for the 1966 Scottish Junior Cup Final where Bonnyrigg Rose (in hoops) are playing Whitburn. Can you spot the location of the Ball?

Scottish Cup - Here are the details  surrounding the payment made to George Edward & Sons for the Challenge Cup, Engravi...
07/04/2020

Scottish Cup - Here are the details surrounding the payment made to George Edward & Sons for the Challenge Cup, Engraving & 11 Silver Gild Badges!

Football Memories Scotland
07/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Here is the location of today's Spot the Ball - The Hibs players are listed as Gordon & Harper. The Dundee United players are Gardner, Smith and Rolland.

Football Memories Scotland
07/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - Today we are at Easter Road in 1974 where Hibs are attacking a corner from the right against Dundee United. Do you recognise any of the players and can you locate the position of the ball? We will post up the location later today!

Football Memories Scotland
07/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

What are your Memories of the Scottish Cup? Is there a game, or a goal, or perhaps something about the trophy itself that brings back memories? Let us know & the Scottish Football Museum will help us to tell a few tales about this wonderful trophy!

Football Memories Scotland
06/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - here is the location of the ball from today's game!

Football Memories Scotland
06/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - today we go back to 1971 and the first leg of the Texaco Cup Final where Hearts are playing Wolves at Tynecastle Park. - can you name any of the players and can you locate the ball? The location will be revealed later today!

Football Memories Scotland
05/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - Here is the location of the ball!

Football Memories Scotland
05/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - Today we are going back to 1974 and the Scottish Junior Cup semi-final clash between Blantyre Victoria and Linlithgow Rose at Brockville Park. Good luck finding the location of the ball! We will reveal the location later today.

We are delighted to be working with other sports who are providing a platform for people to connect and share their memo...
04/04/2020

We are delighted to be working with other sports who are providing a platform for people to connect and share their memories. If you like sport there are a lot of great images and stories on these sites. Lets reach out and keep the conversation going!

Football Memories Scotland
04/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Any memories of this fantastic player?

Football Memories Scotland
04/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot the Ball - here's today's location of the ball!

Football Memories Scotland
04/04/2020

Football Memories Scotland

Spot The Ball - Today we are Ibrox Park where Rangers are playing Motherwell. Can you name the Rangers player and can you find the location of the ball? We will post up the correct location later today!

Address

Hampden Park
Glasgow
G42 9BA

By Rail The stadium is a five minute walk from Mount Florida Station and King’s Park Station. Trains to both stations run from Glasgow central. Please call National Rail enquiries on 08457 484 950 for further information. http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/ By Bus First Glasgow operate the following bus services from the city center on a regular basis: 5 / 7 / 12 / 31 / 37 / 44 / 75. Please call Traveline on 0871 200 2233 for further information. http://www.travelinescotland.com/

Opening Hours

Monday 10:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday 11:00 - 17:00

Telephone

0141 616 6139

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Thanks to the staff at Scottish Football Museum for helping make this happen....
Great day oh with the Grandchildren! Everyone was so welcoming.
A wonderful day out with the Grandchildren!
I’ve been attempting to make a booking now (3x emails & 4x voicemails left on unanswered telephones) for the stadium tour and museum. Can you please respond, otherwise I will have to seek refund of gift vouchers purchased.
I wonder if anyone knows anything about Crawford Union FC. My grandfather played for them, and I think this was taken around 1910, when he was 19. He lived in Partick, and given that people usually lived and worked locally, we're guessing the team was also Partick based. He's sitting to the left of the guy with the cup. His name was Willie Boyce and he was a Red Clydesider. The only other information I have is that the goalkeeper was deaf.
I'd just like to thank tour guide Jim and everyone involved with the museum and tour for a great day out. I took my dad for his 81st birthday and we both had a marvellous time and felt very well looked after throughout. I've already recommended you to my friends and would imagine I shall return in the future. You have something for Scotland to be very proud of there.
Thanks for a great day, happy 7th birthday Aodhán. Pat was a fantastic host 👍🏼⚽️🎉
Hi there, can you advise, do we need to book a tour in advance or can we just turn up (just two of us) & on average how long does the tour & museum visit take ?
The Football Action Group based in the east coast town of Carnoustie visited the Museum on Tuesday (11th) and by all accounts had a marvellous day made all the more so by a most entertaining and informative tour guide by the name of Jim. There was a magic moment when one of the group's number, an ex-player, walked over to the Register section and spoke briefly to the archivist giving his name, where he played and a rough date of when he was signed. Within two minutes the big book was plucked deftly from a veritable wall of registers and with two flicks of the pages our man's name was found. The archivist did not even have to power up his computer! This moment was particularly poignant as John has dementia and will freely talk of not being able to recall many aspects of his every day life but my goodness he (along with all members of the Football Action Group), remember with stark clarity, details of footballing and players back in their day. Following the tour, it was time for lunch. The sudden influx of (25 strong) hungry visitors left the cafe staff totally unfazed and they served the group (as well as a steady stream of other customers) with a smile and completely pleasant friendly manner. Every single member of the Football Action Group from Carnoustie left Hampden Stadium that day with a smile that said "We scored" and you can't say better than that!!
Hi guys, can you help? I'm bringing someone with a disability to the museum and stadium tour tomorrow. Can you clarify how much it would cost for him, and for me as his carer? Any help greatly appreciated.