Slavia Museum is open to public on Wednesday 12 December and Thursday 13 December before the Europa League game against Zenit St. Petersburg.
The exhibition located inside of Sinobo Stadium will guide you through the entire history of Slavia football club from its origins in 1982, through famous 1920s, 30s and 40s, dark times of repressions under communist rule, up to current titles, Czech cup victories and European games.
Tickets can be purchased online for CZK 150 (basic price) and CZK 50 (children).
Slavia Museum is a unique project in the Czech football world. The 2-storey museum has floor space of more than 1.200 square meters and houses more than thousand artefacts such as historical shirts, famous trophies, books or unique photos.
The lower part of Museum contains 29 big TV screens and giant video-wall showing many unpublished videos as well as documentary films, famous goals and reviews of notable games.
There are many notable shirts from Slavia history on display (José Antonio Camacho from the game between Slavia and Real Madrid, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Thomas Vermaelen from famous UCL qualifier between Slavia and Ajax, Vladimír Šmicer Liverpool shirt from 2005 Champions League Final with AC Milan or formes Slavia and Zenit St. Petersburg captain Miguel Danny´s shirt.
Signed Juventus shirts by Cristiano Ronaldo and Pavel Nedvěd donated by former captain of Czech national team and current Juventus manager himself are part of the exhibition as well together with original ball signed by Brazilian star Pelé.