The German Football Museum (DFB-Museum) is a football museum situated in Dortmund, Germany. The museum opened in October 2015 and is owned by the DFB. Money from the 2006 World Cup was used to create the museum, with a purpose built building erected to house the museum after the city of Dortmund won the right to host it. The museum is split into seven sections named ‘half times’, which cover most topics related to the beautiful game.
The museum is situated in the city centre of Dortmund. It is located next to the city’s main transport hub ‘Dortmund Hof’ which is served by trains and the U and S Bahn. If you are travelling by car, head for one of the city centres car parks.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open six days of the week, Tuesday to Sunday 10am-6pm with Mondays being a weekly day of closure. Tickets for the museum cost 17 euros for adults and 14 euros for concessions with under 6’s entering for free. Discounts on those prices are available if you book in advance online.