The HSV Museum at the Volksparkstadion

The HSV museum is one of the largest and most detailed football museums in Germany, taking visitors through the rich and varied history of the Rothosen over 700m² full of exciting displays, photos and film footage from the many highs and lows from the club's 133-year history.

All of the displays at the museum are in English and Chinese as well as German, making HSV the only team in German football who has a football museum entirely translated into Chinese. The chronological layout of the museum starts at the club's very foundation in the late 19th Century, through the war period and the club's period of great success in the 1970s and '80s, accompanied all the while by the players, kits and fans that made the story so special.

In the video below you can gain a short insight into what awaits you at the HSV Museum.



Stadium Tour inc. Museum

Full Price



Reduced Price*



Children (6-14 years)



Family Ticket**



*HSV members, school children/students, pensioners, disabled, unemployed, members of the armed forces, Hamburg Card
**valid for parents with their own children up to the age of 14 years.

HSV Museum Opening Times

Opening Times


10am - 6pm

(last entry 5:30pm)

On matchdays at the Volksparkstadion

(Entry only for visitors with a valid match ticket)

9:30am until 15 minutes before kick-off

(last entry 45 minutes before kick-off; entry not permitted whilst the stadium is shut, roughly three and a half hours until two hours before kick-off)


The HSV Museum