Take a walk through history from 1628 to the present day at the Scottish Football Museum’s new women’s football trail. Learn about some fascinating stories and incredible women!
A brand-new trail at Europe’s first national football museum will shine a spotlight on the fascinating history of women’s football in Scotland. New artworks and text panels will bring to life the stories of iconic female footballers, including Ayrshire’s Rose Reilly, voted the world’s best female footballer in 1983, and Scotland's most prolific goal scorer, Julie Fleeting, who has over 100 goals to her name. The trail will also explore the adversity and discrimination Scottish women have faced over the centuries, and the highs and lows of playing the game. By showcasing the tenacity and talent of these trailblazing women, this vital new trail will provide inspiration for future female players of the beautiful game.
The trail will launch on 1 June and be available thereafter. Please pre-book your slot online before visiting the museum. The price of the trail is included within a combo ticket for museum and stadium tour admission: £13 full price / £5 concessions / free for under 5s.