Genoa CFC History Museum
The Genoa CFC History Museum is dedicated to the history of Genoa Cricket and Football Club , the oldest club in Italy .
Opened on 5 June 2009 in the formerly occupied by the historic Genoese newspaper Il Lavoro directed by Sandro Pertini in Salita Dinegro number 7. The museum has also obtained the recognition of significant cultural interest for the historical-documentary content from the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities .
In June 2013 the new headquarters were inaugurated, the "Genoa Museum and Store" inside the Palazzina del Cinquecento San Giobatta at the Porto Antico.
The new headquarters distributed on three levels for a total of over 500 m² with ten exhibition halls, is the main official sales point of the Genoa CFC Company and the Ticket Office.
The exhibition itinerary is thematic and chronological : through two centuries of history, it connects sport, culture and society , thanks to exciting interactive and multimedia installations and hundreds of memorabilia, trophies, documents and photographs . In recent years the Museum has conceived, created and presented a long series of exhibitions, conferences, events, historical re-enactments, films, thematic meetings, books .
Since 2019 the Genoa CFC History Museum has been a member of the International Sports Football Museum Association, an organization that brings together the most important Sports Museums from around the world.