MORE ABOUT THE LIONS
ELLIS PARK RUGBY MUSEUM
HIGHLIGHTS TO LOOK OUT FOR
The creation of this museum was a joint venture between the Golden Lions Rugby Union and the Swys Joubert – a former Lions, Western Province and Blue Bulls rugby player.
On Tuesday 1 October 2013 the Ellis Park Rugby Museum was officially opened by Swys Joubert and his family and we owe our thanks to him for generously making his impressive collection available to everyone who loves rugby.
Take a stroll through Lions rugby history and relive unforgettable moments. Stand before the legends of yesteryear and the heroes of today and relive glorious moments at the Ellis Park Rugby Museum.
Then there's no better way to spend a couple of hours than exploring the state-of-the-art Ellis Park Rugby Museum. Boasting possibly the biggest single collection of rugby memorabilia in South Africa, if not the world, this is a museum for the true sports fanatic.
Discover 100 years of rugby
As you wander the aisles, you'll quickly see how the game has evolved. Artifacts include provincial and international jerseys, team blazers, signed match balls, caps and boots, flags, original artworks, photographs, and much more.
But most importantly, it's not just limited to Springbok and provincial level rugby! You will also see rare international rugby artifacts from New Zealand, Australia, Ireland and France, to name just a few countries of rugby fame.
Where to find the museum
Going into Ellis Park Stadium through the main entrance, the museum is located on your right.
Entrance fee: R50.00 adults and R20.00 school learners
For further information on the museum, or to book a tour, contact the museum's manager André Bester on 011 402 2960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.