Royal blue treasure trove: The Schalke Museum

The Schalke Museum is the main attraction on the Schalke pitch. On more than 600 square meters, visitors can experience the unique and eventful history of the Schalke squires and view over 500 exclusive exhibits, unique photos and many emotional films from the club's eventful history.

The difficult early years, the "golden decade", the championship in 1958, the cup victory in '72 accompanied by the Bundesliga scandal, the elevator years in the painful 80s, the Eurofighters, the cup victories in the 00s - the Schalke Museum brings the royal blue myth to life.

More intensely than any other club, the blue and whites have experienced and continue to experience the highs and lows of sport and therefore of life. Sometimes this journey lasts just 04 minutes... Start your Schalke journey - at the Schalke Museum! Here you will learn about triumphs and tears, titles and tragedies - from FC Schalke 04!


Impressive films show the development from the birth of the Schalker Kreisel to the present day.


Medals, badges of honor, posters, pennants, honorary gifts, championship awards and many more historical treasures, lovingly collected from over 110 years of club history, adorn the exhibition's large display cases.

Listening room

Famous players such as Ernst Kuzorra, Willi Koslowski, Klaus Fischer and Olaf Thon tell personal stories and anecdotes from the various eras of the club's history.


The stadium corner spans from the old days in the Glückauf-Kampfbahn to the Parkstadion and the modern VELTINS-Arena.


Visitors to the Schalke Museum can discover the team of the century, footprints of the 1997 Eurofighter, ancestral gallery, fan room, jersey gallery, Viktoria, championship trophy, UEFA Cup, DFB Cup and many other highlights of the club's history.

The admission prices

Adults 5 Euro
Young people (6 to 21 years) 3 Euro
Children (0 to 6 years) free

Opening hours

Day off (except during NRW vacations)

10.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.

Closure due to events
Due to several major events, the museum will be closed during the following periods in 2024
May 11 to July 08, 2024


Tuesday - Sunday from 10-17 o'clock

Phone: 0209 |3618-5890