The Showcase: China PR 1991

To celebrate this historic milestone, the FIFA Museum takes you through an exhibit dedicated to the tournament.

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COVID-19 Update

A valid COVID certificate is needed to visit the museum. Visitors are obliged to wear masks in all of our public spaces.

Please take a moment to read and review our hygiene and safety restrictions.

 

News & Info

Men's FIFA World Cup Trophy on the road

The men's FIFA World Cup Trophy is currently on the road and therefore is not on display at the museum. We will let you know as soon as it returns.

The FIFA Women's World Cup Trophy remains on display for our visitors.

 

News & InfoFIFA Museum closes early on 9 December

On Thursday 9 December 2021, the FIFA Museum will close early at 2 pm. From Friday, 10 December, the museum will be open again at regular opening hours.

Football History and CultureRazor-sharp

There has never been a forward line quite like it in the history of the women’s game. Three women dominated the goalscoring charts at the first World Cup and collectively they were known as the “Triple-Edged Sword”…

Football History and CultureA milestone for women's football

30 years ago in 1991 the first Women's World Cup organised by FIFA kicked-off in China. Discover the fascinating story of this historic tournament in our first editorial.