Football coverage has taken on a whole new meaning with the launch of the National Football Museum’s range of footie-themed
While museums will be opening soon, if they haven’t already, the digital resources they have available can give us a new, and sometimes more in-depth, opportunity to explore the wonderful collections
‘Courage, determination and integrity’: Gay ‘pioneer’ Justin Fashanu inducted into National Football Museum’s Hall of Fame
Today members of the wider football community came together at Manchester’s National Football Museum to celebrate Justin Fashanu’s inauguration into the Football Hall of Fame on what would have been his 59th birthday.
Interview: STRIP! Curator of National Football Museum classic shirts exhibition bares all on kit evolution
From Blackpool to Bayern, the new STRIP! Exhibition at the National Football Museum explores the bizarre yet beautiful development of kit culture like never before.
The 2019 Football Writing Festival continued at the National Football Museum in Manchester on Monday night with ‘Opta Live’.
Is Phil Neville a good manager? Will England, or anyone, ever reach USA’s level? Are parent clubs from men’s football harming the women’s league?
These were just some of the topics up for discussion at the National Football Museum on Friday night as part of the annual Football Writer’s Festival.
82 days until Brexit: MM discuss impact on Greater Manchester economy, trade, funding, education, residents, unemployment and aviation
In the June 2016 referendum, the city of Manchester had the fifth highest vote to Remain in the EU with 60% – here MM take a look at what the ten boroughs of Greater Manchester have done in preparation for the March 29 European exit.
The Football Writing Festival is warming up for its fifth year of football discussion in Manchester.
Defying a 50-year ban: ‘Long and varied’ history of women’s game explored by National Football Museum
There’s a story – unsubstantiated – that a woman may have introduced football to Brazil.
With Manchester’s famous National Football Museum announcing that the legendary 1966 World Cup exhibition is moving to Wembley, there’s still time to visit up north.
After the third round of the FA Cup was played, many audiences were left upset over the type of game that was offered and quality produced.