German Football Museum

Innovative audio visual equipment brings out the best in visitors’ emotional involvement with this sport in the German Football Museum. No less than 1600 exhibits in this museum in Dortmund illustrate the history of the sport over 100 years. On a total of four floors, there are over 150 audio visual players and PCs running in a networked system.

The “1st half” of the museum is about Germany and international football. A gigantic ball with a diameter of four metres is at the centre of the display for the “World Cup 2014”. This theme is presented using ten multimedia projectors. In the background behind the ball, an additional nine high-performance projectors show fascinating images on a curved media screen.

The “2nd half” is dedicated to the club football scene. A screen consisting of nine seamless displays takes fans on a 50-year journey through time to the highest level of German football. In the “Bundesliga carousel”, visitors experience an impressive ride with three projected images, during which magical moments relating to football are depicted in amazing detail.