More than £5.4m to be provided for development of Football Museum for Wales

A further £5.4m is being provided by Welsh Government for the development of the new Football Museum for Wales in Wrexham, the spiritual home of Welsh football. The funding is part of an agreement between the Welsh Government and Plaid Cymru. Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden made

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The vision for the future – Wrexham Museum

There’s been plenty of focus on the plans for the Football Museum for Wales, but what about the other half in the ‘museum of two halves’ project: a new museum for Wrexham?We’ve put together this whistle-stop tour of the designs for the new galleries and spaces, plus some of the

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The vision for the future – Football Museum Wales

As plans to build a brand new Football Museum for Wales alongside a fully refurbished and reimagined Wrexham Museum continue to progress, we’re now delighted to be able to share the latest designs. In this quick guide we’ll give you a tour of the various new galleries and spaces that

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Public Have Their Say On New Wrexham Museum/Football Museum Designs

We recently held consultation events to gather feedback on the new design plans for the Football Museum and refurbished Wrexham Museum. The design plans were put on display for public viewing at an open day event, held at Wrexham Museum. Members of the museum and design teams attended the events

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Delwyn Derrick a Shôn Lewis

Meet our new Football Museum Engagement Officers

As the work to build a new Football Museum for Wales in Wrexham continues to progress, we’re now delighted to be able to introduce you to the two newest members of our team. Delwyn Derrick and Shôn Lewis have recently been appointed as the new Engagement Officers for the Football

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See the brand new design plans for Wrexham Museum and the Football Museum for Wales

Plans are now progressing to build a brand new Football Museum for Wales alongside a fully revamped Wrexham Museum on Regent Street. The new ‘museum of two halves’ is going to be a major new national attraction for Wrexham City Centre, celebrating Welsh football, past and present, in all its

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£45,000 AWARDED FOR DEVELOPMENT OF FOOTBALL MUSEUM IN WREXHAM

We’ve received the fantastic news that we’ve been awarded a £45,000 development grant  to progress plans for the  Museum of Two Halves – the Football Museum for Wales by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The award offers us the opportunity to secure a further grant of over £2 million to

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More details and concept drawings released…

Cymru qualifying for the World Cup, City Status, a City of Culture bid, Wrexham AFC playing at Wembley and just miss out on promotion in the first full season Rob and Ryan have taken charge as owners, Kop Development plans, that Mullin Goal, Tŷ Pawb shortlisted for Museum of The

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FAW donates Wales stars’ shirts to Football Museum collection

The museum was pleased to receive a further donation from the FAW in January, particularly some shirts with a Wrexham theme. From the World Cup qualifying match v Estonia (which Wales won 1-0 in Tallinn on 11 October), we have received signed match worn shirts from Harry Wilson, Danny Ward

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64 Years On: How Wales Reached The 1958 World Cup

The nation is gearing up for vital World Cup play-offs in March, which we hope will end in Wales’s qualification for a first finals appearance since 1958. Saturday 5 February marks the anniversary of the last time Wales qualified for a World Cup finals, some 64 years ago, with a

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