Belfast football centre proves a hit with visitors
The Irish Football Association's Education and Heritage Centre is now officially one of Belfast's top visitor attractions.
The centre, housed within the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park, tells the unique story of Northern Ireland football through media, interactive displays and key artefacts from the 1880s to the present day.
It has just broken in to TripAdvisor's Top 10 list of the best things to do in Belfast. It is now ranked 6th out of 236 visitor attractions in the city.
The centre, opened last March by Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill and most capped player Pat Jennings, welcomed 7,197 visitors from all over the world in its first nine months.