The National Football Exhibition heads to Dundalk for the sixth stop as it continues its journey to regional venues around Ireland in the build up to EURO 2020.

The Football Association of Ireland, Dublin City Council and The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport have joined forces to create a National Football Exhibition as part of the build up to Ireland’s Aviva Stadium playing host to four matches in the UEFA EURO 2020 Championship in June. 

The National Football Exhibition celebrates 60 years of the European Championships as well as some Irish footballing history. 

Separated into different zones to represent various parts of Irish and European football, the exhibition contains rare match programmes, unique match jerseys and treasured memorabilia. 

Feel free to roam around and discover every part of the Exhibition, pick up a pair of free earphones at the venue to listen to the audio tour. 

The Exhibition is heading to the County Museum, Dundalk, Co. Louth from 14th – 29th February.

Opening times:

Tuesday – Friday 10am – 5pm

Saturday – Sunday 10am – 1pm & 2pm – 5pm

Download the National Football Exhibition App from the App Store or Google Play Store for additional information and future venues.

Additional venues:

Galway – March 2020

Dublin – June 2020