Five years of the FIFA Museum

Five years ago, the FIFA World Football Museum opened its doors. Relive a selection of our favourite museum moments as we celebrate our anniversary.

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History

“El Gran Mariscal”: when José Nasazzi won the World Cup

When Belgian referee John Langenus blew his whistle to end the 1930 World Cup Final, this should have signalled the start of the post-match ceremonies that have followed every Final since. But things were very different at the first World Cup.

EventA peek into the history of goalkeeping with Pascal Zuberbühler

Join our Museum Ambassador Pascal Zuberbühler on International Goalkeeper Day on an exclusive live tour through the FIFA Museum on Facebook and Instagram!

Museum LifeA dance around the World Cup Trophy

Our five-part series ‘5 years – 5 topics – 5 pictures’, in celebration of the five-year anniversary of the museum, looks back at a selection of memorable moments through five different topics. To conclude the series, we remember five celebrities who visited the FIFA Museum who were not from the world of football.

ExhibitionsNew: 20 Stories about Referees, the Guardians of the Game

The FIFA World Football Museum presents a new selection of stories on the topic of refereeing. Twenty intimate showcases explore a selection of interesting facts about the duties of match officials and notable moments from refereeing history.

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