The FIFA World Football Museum will also be open on Tuesday, 1 August 2017, between 9am and 6pm.
Podium discussions, readings, film evenings and a special exhibition: The FIFA World Football Museum in Zurich is set to launch its first cultural programme in July 2017.
- Cultural ProgrammeReading: the Scot, who has lived in Brazil for 16 years and reports from there as a foreign correspondent, will present his groundbreaking biography of perhaps the most revolutionary footballer of all time (in English).
- Photo exhibitionFrom 5 August to 10 September 2017 the museum hosts an exhibition of Faouzi Mahjoub's collection of fascinating images of football fans in Africa during the 1960s and 1970s. The entry is for free.
- Cultural ProgrammeA real highlight for every young visitor: dive in to the action and experience the FIFA World Football Museum at night with a small group of football fans under the supervision of educators!
- ANPFIFF! The FIFA Museum Talk
As part of the new cultural programme, the next edition of the ANPFIFF panel discussion will be held on Wednesday, 5 July 2017, starting at 19:30, with four famous faces from four different continents taking their places on the podium
- Cultural Programme
Over three rounds, our host Rajan Thambehalli will test your knowledge (in English) of World Cup history at the Sportsbar 1904 on Tuesday, 4 June 2017, as of 19.00.
On 16 and 17 June 2017, the 'Informatiktage' (IT Days) will be held in Zurich for the second time. As part of this event, the FIFA World Football Museum, together with the Football Technology & Innovation department of FIFA, will be presenting the latest technological developments in the world of professional football.
- Life at the museum
An afternoon of fun and high spirits! Click through the photo gallery and read what Ramona Bachmann and Martina Voss-Tecklenburg had to say about the museum.
Andrei Gurev has done it again. The Russian crowned his second 3,000-kilometre trip from Nizhny Novgorod to Zurich with another tournament win.