Access Tour Exhibition

Multisensory Tour of Football: Designing a Beautiful Game

Join tour guide Andrew Mashigo for a curated tour of Football: Designing the Beautiful Game for blind and partially sighted visitors.


What to expect

Football is the world’s most popular sport, and there is an entire ecosystem of design dedicated to it – from designing stadiums to devising tactics, from enhancing players’ performance to the ways fans show devotion to their teams.

In this specially curated tour, visitors will explore objects that chart the entwined histories of football and design.

Please note that this tour is specifically for blind and partially sighted visitors.

Booking information

Free event: Pre-booking is required via the link below.

Due to the limited capacity, this tour is only for blind and partially sighted visitors.

Please ensure you only book if you definitely plan to attend and cancel your booking in advance if your availability changes.

Face masks are encouraged.

Capacity: 20 people Suitable Age 16+


Whether you’re taking part in the dedicated Access programme or just popping in for a visit, the museum does everything it can to make sure your experience is enjoyable.


Andrew Mashigo

Andrew is an artist, design enthusiast and freelance museum educator. He works collaboratively with blind and visually impaired creative practitioners, creating collaborative workshops, exhibitions and tours.

The exhibition

Football: Designing the Beautiful Game

Whether you are a fanatical supporter, part-time punter or sporting sceptic, visitors to this exhibition will enjoy discovering the remarkable design stories behind the world's beautiful game.

Background image: Football: Designing the Beautiful Game exhibition photographed by Felix Speller.