We regret to inform you that due to flight complications, Mario Kempes will unfortunately not be visiting the FIFA World Football Museum in Zurich today (15.01.2020). We are deeply sorry for any inconvenience that this might have caused.
No history of football would be complete without reference to the Carterhaugh Ba Game (Ba being the Scottish term for football) which took place in Scotland on 4 December 1815. Our museum’s historian Guy Oliver digs deep to uncover the historical significance of this match.
On 4 December, the FIFA World Football Museum organized a panel discussion about sustainability at sporting mega-events like World Cups or Olympic Games. Three guests were invited to discuss the topic from their perspective.
Enjoy the Puskás-Award-winning goals of the last ten years now on display in a temporary mini-exhibition.
The FIFA Club World Cup gives us the rare opportunity to dig into our archives for club kit and memorabilia.
- Special exhibition
The special exhibition ‘Foot et Monde Arabe’ highlights milestones and stories of football in the Arab world in seven chapters (and a bonus). Find out what they are.
The FIFA World Football Museum is proud to present the new updated edition of our Official History of the FIFA Women's World Cup, which now includes this summer’s World Cup in France.
- NewsAll the information you need to plan your visit to the museum during the holiday period.
Between November 9th and 16th, the Swiss town of Winterthur near Zurich was host to the 4th World Deaf Futsal Championships. During their off-days, several teams and a delegation of referees used their free time to visit the FIFA World Football Museum.
A little sand, sun, and beach soccer has come to the FIFA Museum! With the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup kicking off in Paraguay, we are presenting a mini-exhibition looking back at the history of the tournament and the quirks that make beach soccer unique.