Richmond’s football museum at Punt Road Oval is open to the public.
The museum, located in the Jack Dyer Stand, is open on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between 10am and 3pm, and in the two hours prior to Richmond home games at the MCG.
The museum is a must-see for all Tiger fans, with items on display including:
- More than 100 Richmond team photographs dating from 1885 to present, as well as hundreds of individual players photos, featuring life members, best first year players and a selection of other tigers from the Club’s proud history.
- An impressive premiership display, including premiership cups, annual reports, football records and memorabilia.
- A range of medals, including premiership, life membership and special awards, along with trophies awarded to the Club and individual players.
- A display of Club blazers, premiership caps, football jumpers, boots and ties worn by Richmond greats such as Royce Hart, Kevin Bartlett, Francis Bourke, Roger Dean, Dick Clay and Joel Bowden.
- Football cards (both cigarette and trade), dinner and social programs and letters, plus a collection of Richmond membership tickets and player badges.
- A boardroom display, featuring the Club’s original boardroom table and honor boards.
- Display of the history of Punt Road Oval, featuring photographs of the many changes the ground has undergone over the years.
Entry fee – entry to the museum is free. Donations are more than welcome and assist the club to ensure the Museum collection remains Strong & Bold for many years to come. A donation box is located inside the Museum foyer.
To enable the museum to improve its collection, Richmond-related donations are also welcome, including:
- Souvenirs (lapel and player badges, pennants etc.)
- Football cards
- Membership tickets
- Football records
- Player photographs
- Football magazines (Inside Football, Football Life, Footy Fan etc.)
- Footy jumpers and boots
For more information, contact Richmond’s museum curator, Roland Weeks, on 9426 4461 or email email@example.com