Goal! Tor! But! will be showing free films throughout April in the city

icon tvwatch5 April ~ A free month-long celebration of football and community will take place across Glasgow throughout April. The Goethe-Institut and the Alliance Française have teamed up with the Scottish Football Museum to provide a series of free film installations about how communities around the world interact with football, which will show in libraries and arts centres around the city. Cinemas will also host free football-themed movies, including Looking For Eric and Gregory’s Girl, while on April 27 and 28 there will be a two-day event at Hampden Park on football and social inclusion. You can find out more details about all the events here.

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