The National Football Museum offers a fun and engaging experience for all the family. Visitors can test their football skills with penalty kicking, passing, and other tricks.
We devised new, innovative and fun ways of displaying national football collections and the globally significant FIFA collection. Themes and storylines with no objects to support them, and ‘live’ sport, were brought to life with the emotion, skill and passion that it deserves.
The National Football Museum welcomed
visitors in 2019
We designed a number of interactive exhibits using user-friendly touchscreen technology and pioneering audio-visual techniques. Visitors can even have a go at refereeing to see if they agreed with the decisions in real matches or joining the commentator’s booth.
Gary Lineker and Geoff Hurst take visitors on a personal tour of the Collections Store virtually through a Pepper’s Ghost show, and recount stories associated with the objects they find.
To explain the science behind the training of professional footballers, we developed a gesture interface table showing a virtual football player. Visitors can interrogate different parts of his body to understand the injuries footballers can sustain and other subjects like nutrition, diet, training and health and fitness.
National Football Museum offers
activities for families
Although the National Football Museum caters for the football fanatic, it was also designed to appeal to those with very little knowledge or interest in the sport. With the sheer diversity of exhibits, and bringing in other subjects such as social history, culture, the arts, local history and politics, we have managed to engage new people in the sport.
of visitors are from international destinations