A 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.

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Football History and Culture


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”…

News & InfoFIFA Museum closed on 30 November

On Tuesday 30 November 2021, the FIFA Museum will remain closed for the day. From Wednesday, 1 December, the museum will be open again at regular opening hours.

Media ReleaseFIFA Museum Announces “211”: A Collaborative Global Exhibition on Football Heritage and Culture

Announcement concludes Second International FIFA Museum Conference, bringing together representatives from over 60 countries.

Football History and CultureThe Laws of the Game and women’s football

While the creation of the Women’s World Cup in 1991 was universally welcomed in the women’s game, there was one aspect that many were not happy with…