For another year the Liga de Fútbol Profesional (LFP) starts its visits to the largest shopping centres all over Spain with the ‘Liga Museum’, a space where you can view expositions, take part in games and competitions, in addition to enjoying well known videogames such as FIFA 2013 by Electronic Arts.
The action, which opened on Wednesday the 30th of October and will end on Saturday the 2nd of November, has both distinct and historic footballing objects taken from the Vicente Amorós Museum, which is compiled of over 40,000 items dating back to the second half of last century.
The renovated and updated museum stand also has a large photographic display area with images of idols, table football tables and a mini auditorium with a television where visitors can see videos of emblematic matches and the history of the LFP.
On Thursday the museum hosted Córdoba CF players Ulises Dávila, Germán Pacheco, Pelayo and Fran Cruz, who signed autographs and posed for pictures with fans.
The 'Liga Museum' will also welcome local schools Santa María Inmaculada and Sagrada Familia as guests. Cordoba is the first of many cities that the museum will be visiting during the rest of the 2013-14 season.