Irelands rich history of football will be coming to life around the country in a new National Football Exhibition to form part of our hosting of four matches at Euro 2020.
The Exhibition has been created by the FAI, Dublin City Council and the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport and will open to the public in Dublin in two weeks time as part of the celebrations around the staging of the group draw in Dublin on Sunday, December 2nd.
It will be open at the Printworks in Dublin Castle for a week until December 9th before travelling to Sligo, Cork, Limerick, Waterford, Donegal, Dundalk and Galway throughout 2019 and 2020 and returning to Dublin for the finals.
The Exhibition is made up of six zones, with each zone designed to give an overview of the various different aspects of football in Ireland, the impact this has around the country, some of our favourite and most memorable National and International moments and a look at some of the most iconic moments over the last 60 years of The EUROs.
The zones will be made up of memorabilia displays and interactive stations with videos, quizzes and an opportunity to step up to the microphone and record your own commentary.
A National Football Exhibition App will soon be available to download and it will contain additional information and an audio guide to help bring the exhibition to life for visitors.