FIFA Museum presented by Hyundai welcomes fans in Doha

The special exhibition “Goals Create History” is open to fans for the duration of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ at the FIFA Fan Festival™ in Doha.

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Now open: “211 Cultures. One Game”

Our new special exhibition is now open to the public. "211 Cultures. One Game" shines a light on each of FIFA’s 211 member associations and the unique football culture behind each one, highlighting how the beautiful game is experienced around the world.

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FIFA World Cup 2022™ Public Viewing at the FIFA Museum

From the opening match on 20 November to the Final on 18 December 2022, we will show all 64 matches live in up to three different locations.

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No trophy – no problem!

Since the FIFA World Cup Trophy is absent for the duration of the World Cup in Qatar, the FIFA Museum has asked children to take part in a competition to create their own trophies. For the next few weeks, the winning trophies will be on display on the showcase of the FIFA World Cup Trophy.

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Museum LifeFIFA World Cup 2022™ Public Viewing at the FIFA Museum

From the opening match on 20 November to the Final on 18 December 2022, we will show all 64 matches live in up to three different locations.

News & InfoWear your national team shirt and get a 50% discount on your museum ticket!

Visit the FIFA Museum wearing a national team jersey and get a 50% discount on your ticket. This offer is valid for the entire duration of the FIFA World Cup 2022™ from 20 November to 18 December 2022.

Football History and CultureScotland v. England: 150 years of international football

150 years ago, Glasgow was the scene of the very first official international match in the history of association football. Every player who has pulled on a national team shirt, and every supporter who has watched their nation play, all follow in the footsteps of those select few who were witness to that historic day on 30 November 1872.

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