Memories of Pompey’s title-winning sides of 1949 and 1950 have been curated into a feature display, which is located in the North Stand at Fratton Park.
Ticket holders in this area of the ground will be able to view the wall in the west mezzanine concourse bar.
The remarkable tale of how the south coast side came to dominate the football world and what it meant to the people who were there, told 70 years on, is a project conceived by the Pompey History Society and supported by the Heritage Fund.
“Pompey are in an exclusive band of clubs who have achieved this feat since the Second World War."
The exhibit, which is also in the South Stand directors’ box corridor, contains colourised images, in-depth information and exclusive quotes on the club’s back-to-back triumphant years.
And supporters will be able to look chronologically through the piece, discovering facts about the successful former Blues.
Colin Farmery, chair of the Pompey History Society, said: “I’m thrilled the club has found this additional location to tell the story of our fantastic achievement of winning back-to-back league titles in 1949 and 1950.
“Pompey are in an exclusive band of clubs who have achieved this feat since the Second World War.
“Wolves, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea are the others and, as a club and as fans, we should be very proud of the contribution that side made to our heritage as we celebrate 125 years of history.”
This design is the first of a series of new artwork during the 125th anniversary year to celebrate the club’s rich history.