Late night opening - Friday 24 May!
For one night only and in a first for Kelvingrove - a special evening event to showcase More Than A Game: How Scotland shaped world football.
Join us on Friday 24 May, 6-10pm for this exclusive evening opening of Kelvingrove's current exhibition, which explores how Scotland introduced football across the world.
The cafe will be open selling those football match staples - scotch pies and bovril!
The standard ticket price of £5/£3 applies and you can buy in person or by calling the Kelvingrove shop on 0141 276 9576. There are discounts for 5-a-side (buy 4, get 1 ticket free) and 11-a-side (buy 9, get 2 tickets free). Please ask when you call for more details.Don't forget - under 16s go free!
There is a host of events for all ages inspired by More Than A Game: How Scotland shaped world football
You can Discover! Fitba' Crazy where families can drop in for crafts, activities and games, join Atmosphere! where ages 8+ will work with rhythm and singing to create a sporting soundscape.
Why not visit the Open Museum's Football Fan Bus display at the Mitchell Library, created by young people from the Castlemilk Youth Complex about what it means to be a football fan in Glasgow?
Or come along to one of our talk series looking at the Birth of World Football, The Story of Andrew Watson, the world's first black international footballer, or about Images of Queen's Park, Scotland's oldest senior football club and many more.
Find Out More
There is a full programme of events on at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and in some Glasgow Libraries venues. Download the leaflet on the right of this page, or check out the full events programme online here
For the full programme of events in Glasgow Libraries see here.