Multimedia Centre Be Proud is a museum dedicated to Croatian Football and its rich history. A place to celebrate its major successes and worthy individuals.
TIP: MEANING OF THE PHRASE “BUDI PONOSAN” WHICH YOU CAN SEE IN FRONT MEANS “BE PROUD”.
Multimedia Centre Be Proud is a showcase of rich Croatian football history and successes. A place to learn about the evolution of Croatian Football. With that in mind, the centre is presented with multimedia presentations and historical objects.
As a matter of fact, it is structured as a football stadium. Together with locker rooms, illustrations and artefacts from Croatian football history. The exhibit combined forms a photograph of 1998 World Cup bronze medal celebrations.
Their intent is to educate and motivate younger generations towards football.
The meaning of the word “Budi Ponosan” is “Be Proud”. Be proud of all achievements made by the Croatian Football and its evolution through history.
No souvenir shop, unfortunately. But if you want to buy an official jersey or similar items go to Croatia Football Federation Offical Web Store.
Multimedia Centre Be Proud opening hours
Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 – 20:00
Closed on Monday and Sunday.
Admission is free.
What can you see and do at the Multimedia Centre Be Proud?
A small museum situated close to the Ban Jelačić Square where you will learn about football history in Croatia and its achievements.
The first exhibit combined forms a photograph of 1998 World Cup bronze medal celebrations. In addition, enter the tunnel to reach the field and explore the Wall of Fame. Explore even further by selecting the best goals, matches, and players.
You have a chance to see exhibits such as the very first football. Used by the first Croatian team in 1880.
The Futsal and women’s football are also represented.
Unfortunately, they do not have a souvenir shop. Hopefully, they will implement it in the future.
How to get to Multimedia Centre Be Proud?
It is located in the immediate vicinity of the main square. On the corner of Jurišićeva and Petrinjska streets, across Zagreb Tourist board.
Photos by Croatian Football Federation.