Here, sports history is brought to life: the unique soccer museum in the middle of the main stand of Eintracht's living room celebrates its 15th birthday! With more than 400 m² of exhibition space, there is so much to see here that Eintracht fans can immerse themselves in the history of their favorite club in a fascinating way and relive special successes. Since the beginning, the museum is managed with a lot of heart and even more expertise by Matthias Thoma, who also offers exciting tours here again and again.
At the start on 28. November 2007, everything here was a bit more modest: there was a manageable number of exhibits, guided tours were only offered two days a week, and operations were managed by a fairly small team. That has changed significantly in the 15 years that have passed since then: The team has grown significantly and many exciting exhibits have been added, offering much more than a glimpse of the association's successes. After 15 years of museum operation, its holdings include 1,341 pennants, 1,309 textiles and 784 pieces of memorabilia. There's plenty for fans of all ages to discover! In addition to numerous guided tours, exciting events are also offered time and again, often with former Eintracht players dropping by the museum. And the Eintracht Frankfurt Museum support association, founded in the weeks before the opening, has grown from just over 30 members to almost 1,000. A great success for this very special soccer museum.
Whether families, school classes or fans from all over the world: the Eintracht Frankfurt Museum is the perfect destination for them all - and has been for 15 years now. Frankfurt-Tipp.de congratulates Matthias Thoma and his team on the wonderful success story of the museum! We look forward to the next 15 years!
Family celebration of the birthday.
The museum's birthday will be celebrated on Sunday, December 11. December, from 10 am to 6 pm with a large family festival. Admission to the museum is free all day, and hourly stadium tours will take place for registered visitors.
During the day, former Eintracht players will be guests at the museum. The UEFA Cup will also be on site, so everyone can take their own personal photo with trophy.
From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the museum will welcome soccer artists Miriam Willems and Sebastian Heller. At 3 p.m. Attila will visit, followed by club president Peter Fischer.
Accompanying the program, visitors can watch historic Eintracht matches in the foyer. In the outdoor area, an exhibition on the history of the museum can be viewed and a goal wall is ready for goal shooting. In addition, there are great prizes to win in a raffle.
Start: Sunday, December 11, 10 am, Eintracht Frankfurt Museum.
Admission is free.