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As the tension builds ahead of Sunday’s huge game against Newcastle, why not relive some of your favourite derby memories at the newly located SAFC fans museum?

by Brandon_Rawlin Friday, 18 March 2016 08:14 PM Comments
As the tension builds ahead of Sunday’s huge game against Newcastle, why not relive some of your favourite derby memories at the newly located SAFC fans museum?
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If you find yourself climbing the walls between now and kick off or if you’re in need of credit on your brownie point account to get a pass out on Sunday, why not offer to go shopping with your other half tomorrow? Make sure you head down to Fawcett Street and once you’ve finished admiring the household goods in Wilkos, you can pop over the road into the library and check out the new home of the SAFC Fans museum. Entry is free so your partner can’t complain about you having a look in, can they?

The collection is packed with memorabilia and on display this week are items which will bring back a few derby memories including match worn shirts from players who have scored against our rivals. You can even have a Bovril sitting on the clock stand seats, or at the old boardroom table from Roker Park.

The museum is located in the central library and is open 6 days a week, 10am to 5pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 2pm on a Saturday. The displays change each week so check out @SAFCMuseum on twitter to see what they’re up to.
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