The Cardiff Rugby Museum is a collection of memories, mementos, reminiscences and records. Bringing Cardiff's unique rugby heritage to life, it aims to capture, preserve, celebrate and share over 142 years of history.
England Netball was 90 years old in 2016. This website celebrates the history of netball at all levels from its early beginnings to the present day. Here you can browse photographs, stories and memories about netball.
The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) is the official archive for Northern Ireland. PRONI has in its custody a wide variety of material relating to sport and recreation, ranging from popular sports such as football and rugby, to more obscure activities such as ploughing and water-skiing.
Our Photographic Collection boasts some of the finest examples of early golf photography as well as some of the most highly regarded golf photography from the late 20th century in the Lawrence Levy Collection.
The World Rugby Museum contains the world’s largest collection of rugby football and pre-code football artefacts. The objects come from the nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first centuries and are derived from all rugby-playing nations.
For today's #Museum30 yellow theme, here is a lovely antique plan of the sports pavilion at New Anniesland showing the detail of the shield by J W & J Laird, 1907. The site was purchased in 1902 with a pavilion, timber grandstand & groundsman house all designed by the firm Laird