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Legia Warsaw Museum

The foundation of Legia Warsaw dates back to 1916, when the soldiers of Józef Piłsudski’s Polish Legions came up with an idea to set up a football team. Our Club now is getting close to the 100th anniversary of its foundation. These almost hundred years of history is depicted by the Legia Warsaw Museum.
The custodian is Wiktor Bołba – a journalist, writer and visual artist. For many years he’s been connected to Legia, first as a fan, then also as an employee. Bołba is still gathering new pieces of exhibition, not only these connected to the recent history, but also those from the remote times. He saved many items from being forgotten, others even from extinction.

The Legia Warsaw Museum was set up on 21 April 2006 as part of celebrating 90 years of our Club. Today the Museum is placed under the north stand (Żyleta) and the entrance to it is right next to the reception at the main entrance to the Club.

Legia is part of the history of Polish and world football. In our Museum you can see exhibitions dedicated to our biggest legends – Lucjan Brychczy and Kazimierz Deyna. Take a step into the past and see their football kits, shoes and trophies they won in Warsaw or watch fragments of Deyna’s last game for Legia. Aside from these permanent exhibitions, Wiktor Bołba also organises temporary ones, such as those dedicated to Artur Boruc or the 70th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising.

Legia Warsaw Museum is not limited to football only. Our Club have always consisted of many other sports, e.g. boxing, gymnastics, wrestling, motorcycle speedway or fencing and in our Museum you can see pieces of exhibitions connected to them, such as the gold medal won by our wrestler Andrzej Wroński at the Olympic Games in Seoul in 1988.

The Legia Warsaw Museum is open to everyone from 11 AM to 7 PM (at weekend to 5 PM) but it is closed during matchdays. The entrance to the Museum is free. The visit to the Museum is also a part of our stadium tours and it is one of the main attractions of them.

Opening hours

Monday to Friday: 11 AM - 7 PM
Saturday, Sunday: 11 AM - 5 PM

The individual tours are free.

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