Hall Of Fame

Honoring Polynesia’s greatest players, coaches, and contributors

Explore the living legacy of Polynesian football at the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame – a tribute crafted by Super Bowl Champions Jesse Sapolu and Ma’a Tanuvasa. Immerse yourself in the achievements and stories of our gridiron legends through plaques, photos, and an interactive display in our beautiful gallery. Visit our Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Store for exclusive football-themed keepsakes, and join us in our charitable mission to preserve, promote, and honor the rich history of Polynesian football.


(808) 369-4171


55-370 Kamehameha Hwy,

Laie Hawaii 96762


Monday – Friday

11 am – 7:30 pm

Closed Sundays & Wednesdays

Legacy of Polynesia

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Kia Tuala@LocalGuide
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Excellent place for any football fan looking to learn more about Polynesian football Hall of Famer contributions to the national football league. Amazing exhibit conveniently located at the Polynesian cultural center.
Shannon Stella@LocalGuide
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Small, humble 1 room museum located at the Polynesian Cultural Center on the North Shore of Oahu. It's FREE to visit the museum by itself. And free parking. Takes maybe 10-15 min. to see the whole thing. Biggest bio was understandably dedicated to Junior Seau. Cool stop if you're a football fan in the area.
Erik Cook@LocalGuide
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Located at the Polynesian Cultural Center. This one room museum is free and located just across the lobby from the ticket box office at the Cultural Center. It holds displays of each inductee to date with summaries and memorabilia. An interesting stop. Free parking available at the site as well as shops and restaurants.


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