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Nat. Football Museum
National Football Museum, Manchester; for the game of our lives. Football Is Art open now in the Score Gallery. Open 7 days a week, 10am - 5pm.
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Nat. Football Museum 17h
Replying to @surreycricket @FA and 5 others
Butof course! We just wanted to show off this lovely arty woodcut of the Oval. 😘
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Nat. Football Museum 17h
Lord's has never hosted football games, but The Oval saw plenty of FA Cup action, thanks to the competition's creator, & sec C.W. Alcock. In 1892, (navy & white) defeated (claret & blue) in the last Oval final. No cricket whites in sight. 🏏
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Nat. Football Museum 19h
We cannot condone this clear violation of health and safety protocol. ⛔️ However, we can condone 's superb England Fans in Russia exhibition, in association with Fans for Diversity, on display in the Pitch Gallery until Sunday 7 July.
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Nat. Football Museum 20h
We strongly recommend our friends over at , particularly if you're keen to improve your mental health through art.
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Nat. Football Museum Jun 24
As Rafa departs, we reflect on a more hopeful era at St James' Park with Saturday, 3pm by Peter Knox. ⚫⚪ Fittingly, this was painted in 2001, during the tenure of another legendary manager whose reign ended rather unceremoniously.
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Nat. Football Museum Jun 24
Record against English teams: 👍 34 games 👊 18 wins 🙌 26 goals 🤲 8 assists A begrudging happy birthday to legend Lionel Messi, as illustrated here by the one and only .
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Nat. Football Museum Jun 24
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Nat. Football Museum Jun 23
A very professional performance. Bring on Norway! 🇳🇴
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Nat. Football Museum Jun 23
Despair: defined as the total absence of hope. The picture is very different these days... 🍊 , now on display in the Score Gallery.
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Science and Industry Museum Jun 23
Gearing up for England vs Cameroon? Find out how trains and football grew up together in this cracking blog from ⚽️⚽️⚽️
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Nat. Football Museum Jun 23
Warm up for this afternoon's game with a journey through previous tournaments on our galleries. Pick up your free trail at the Welcome Wing!
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Nat. Football Museum Jun 23
Pop in today and take part in some of our excellent activities!
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Nat. Football Museum Jun 22
Also , Stuart Pearce gained closure six years after his Italia '90 heartbreak, emphatically netting in the EURO 96 shootout against Spain. (For the record, he also scored against Germany in the semis.) Has there ever been a more iconic penalty celebration than this?
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Nat. Football Museum Jun 22
👋 Also, it's on display here at the as part of our permanent on the World Stage display.
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Nat. Football Museum Jun 22
Replying to @FootballMuseum
Interesting facts about this shirt: ☀ The away kit was sourced at the last minute in Mexico, as their cotton jerseys were unsuited to the heat. 🔎 It's tiny. Maradona is a tiny man. 🤷🏻‍♂️ It's owned by Steve Hodge, who was unaware of the handball when he swapped shirts.
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Nat. Football Museum Jun 22
⚽️ 🙆‍♂️🙋🏻‍♂️ in 1986, Diego Maradona scored two of the 's most incredible goals against . Devilish one minute, divine the next.
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Nat. Football Museum Jun 22
It's your last chance to snap up those sought-after stickers at our swap station. Pop in today and bag yourself some star signings, 11am to 1pm in the Pitch Gallery.
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Nat. Football Museum Jun 21
Replying to @FootballMuseum
Some just make it look easy, bro. 🤙 Jean Cocteau's Foot-ball Annonciations (1923), lovingly recreated on a blue slip of A6 paper.
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Nat. Football Museum Jun 21
Replying to @petercrouch
Definitely inspired by Rose Wylie's interpretation of .
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Nat. Football Museum Jun 21
Looks like we have another Ithell Colquhoun in our midst. Painstaking attention to scale and detail, replicating Colquhoun's Game of the Year painting from 1953. No prizes for guessing what that game might've been...
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