- NewsThe FIFA World Football Museum has published its first book – a 304-page review of the history of the FIFA World Cup™ from its early 20th century origins to the 2014 finals played in Brazil.
- EventsThe German sports journalist and author presents his new book "Ich mag, wenn's kracht" on 23 November at the FIFA World Football Museum.
- Cultural ProgrammeOne of the world's best referees, Abraham Klein officiated at three World Cup finals. On Wednesday evening, 25 October 2017, he will take you back through time to the 1970s.
- NewsThe FIFA World Football Museum will have new opening hours from 1 January 2018.
- India's footballing historyIn celebration of the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 in India, the museum will present an exhibition between 6 and 28 October.
- NewsVisitors to the permanent exhibition at the FIFA World Football Museum can now view the collection – comprising over 7,500 works, magazines and documents from over 110 years of world football history – at certain times throughout the week.
- Life at the museumA host of exciting anecdotes and interesting opinions: once again in September, the museum was a lively meeting place for fans, history lovers, culture vultures and familiar names from the most popular of all forms of sport.
Podium discussions, readings, film evenings and visits from famous faces from the world of football: the FIFA World Football Museum's cultural programme for October, November and December 2017 is full of highlights
- Cultural Programme
Thursday, 28 September 2017, 19:30 – a documentary about how sport, politics and organised crime in Colombia were all intertwined in the early 1990s.
- Cultural ProgrammeA splendid time is guaranteed for all, when moderator and chief editor of ZWÖLF magazine Mämä Sykora will be testing people's football knowledge in the Sportsbar 1904 (in German). The entry is free.