The FC Barcelona museum is one of the historical museums which was initiated on 24 September 1984 under the administration of Josep Lluís Nuñez.
In 2000, the exhibition hall was renamed President Nuñez historical center under the administration of his successor, Joan Gaspart.
The Futbolart Collection shows football memorabilia from the club incorporating a trophy-stay with each trophy, or a copy thereof that the club has won.
One of the things at the show in the Futbolart Collection is the boots with which Ronald Koeman scored the triumphant objective in the 1992 European Cup Final, which he did in the 111th moment against Sampdoria, 21 minutes into additional time, securing Barcelona's first European trophy.
The exhibition hall involves 3,500 square meters and draws in 1.2 million guests per year, positioning it second to the Museu Picasso, which pulls in 1.3 million guests, as the most went to historical center in the city of Barcelona.