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HSV Museum
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HSV Museum
© Firma Witters HSV Museum
HSV Museum
© Firma Witters HSV Museum

HSV Museum

Experience the HSV up close

An innovative sports museum has been created on nearly 700 sqm of exhibition area, in one of the loveliest stadiums in Europe – the Volkspark Stadium.

In addition to the main topic of football, it covers a further 24 sports, such B. handball, athletics, hockey, chess as well as canoeing. In the trophy room, visitors are also able to gain unique insights into the HSV and its departments.

In an area measuring 680 sqm, visitors learn all about the history of the club, which was founded on 29 September 1887. Spectacular, unique items and historic documents make the tour quite an experience. Each of the areas, such B. "emotions and legends", "Rothenbaum", "Volksparkstadion" and the "Trophy Room" contain thrilling topics that are explained to sports fans. If you like rummaging around amongst the trophies, jerseys, lockers etc. belonging to Kevin Keegan and Franz Beckenbauer, and personal exhibits on former players and trainers, you can do this every day between 10am and 7pm!

Combine your museum visit with a stadium tour through one of the most modern football arenas in Europe. In an approx. 75-minute tour through the Volkspark Stadium, experience insights into the world of professional football that are otherwise reserved for the big stars. You will be shown the following areas of the sports arena: A, B and C seating sections, press sections, VIP areas, boxes, mixed zone, locker rooms, stadium interior and the press conference room.

In the stadium restaurant "Die Raute", you can have lunch, coffee and cake or a buffet meal as part of the visit for any occasion, with a great view into the stadium itself. Table reservations and questions about the restaurant on Tel: +49 (0)40-4155 33 50.

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