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On August 31st 2013 PSV Eindhoven celebrated its 100th anniversary. The Philips Sports Club (that's what PSV stands for in Dutch) was founded as a soccer club for Philips employees in Eindhoven back in 1913. Together with many festive events PSV officially opened the brand new PSV Museum on this special day. The ceremony was attended by many former players, such as Ruud van Nistelrooy and Mark van Bommel.
The PSV Museum is located at the east side of the Philips Stadion and shows the club's rich history in an interactive way. The museum displays an impressive collection of exclusive footage and unique items. There's currently a special exhibition about the biggest highlight of the club, the victory in the European Cup in 1988. There's also a café in the museum, and of course you can combine your visit with a tour of the stadium and a visit to the FANstore. And why not combine a trip to PSV with a visit of the Philips museum?
Opening hours of the museum are Mon-Thu 10.00 - 17.00, Fri 10.00 - 20.00 and Saturday 09.00 - 16.00. Entry to the PSV Museum is € 7,50 for adults and € 5,00 for children. Stadium tour in combination with a visit to the museum is € 17,50 for adults and € 15,00 for children.
Editor & Eindhoven Local