Stay At Home Activities – Online with National Football Museum

Ben Williams, Managing Editor
Stay At Home Activities - Online with National Football Museum
Chris Payne / National Football Museum

1 April — 7 September 2020 Entrance is free — Visit now

The National Football Museum has a packed programme of activities for families  – despite being temporarily closed.

Stay at Home football activities enable families to show off their creative football flair in the house – without breaking any ornaments.

Design your perfect football kit, make a cardboard camera, or be a whizz with words in a junior journalism exercise.

Many activities are inspired by current exhibitions: Strip! How Football Got Shirty which explores the design of 200 football jerseys; and Goal Click: Women’s Football in 2019 a collection of images taken by players in the run-up to last year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup.

1 April — 7 September 2020 Entrance is free Visit now

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