Media

Media | ©FIFA
Media | ©FIFA

Welcome to the media office of the FIFA Museum. We are delighted that you are interested in our museum. Here you will find our press releases and a selection of archive photos too.

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Press Kits

Our media kits have a selection of interesting images of the museum and the various exhibitions and events we host here. Feel free to download and use them, but please credit 'FIFA Museum' if you use any of the images we provide.

Press Kit I - Text
A text description with facts and figures about the museum, the exhibitions and the additional activities and offers at the home of football history.

Press Kit II - Pictures
A selection of images of the museum and the exhibitions. Feel free to download and use them, but please credit 'FIFA Museum' if you use any of the images we provide. The images are optimized for online use. For high-resolution images, please get in touch with our team by sending an e-mail to media.museum@fifa.org

Recent press releases

Media Release

FIFA Museum in Zurich celebrates record-breaking year, with 273,000 visitors in 2023

The FIFA Museum, the home of international football history and culture, reached a new milestone in 2023 by welcoming 273,000 visitors, the highest number since its opening in Zurich eight years ago. A further 350,000 online visitors explored the museum’s digital exhibitions, while six million fans around the world engaged with the museum’s cultural and educational content over the course of the year.

The new showcase at the FIFA Museum in Zurich with objects collected at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ on display. © Ben Moreau / FIFA Museum
The new showcase at the FIFA Museum in Zurich with objects collected at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ on display. © Ben Moreau / FIFA Museum
Media Release

FIFA Museum Announces New Acquisitions and the Opening of a FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ Showcase

From 12 December, the World Cup Gallery at the FIFA Museum in Zurich will feature an exciting addition: The showcase of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023TM, a celebration of women’s football that offers visitors a glimpse of some of the standout objects collected by the FIFA Museum during the recent tournament.  

Media Release

Immerse yourself in the world of football design at the FIFA Museum’s new special exhibition: ’Designing the Beautiful Game’

The FIFA Museum is proud to announce, ’Designing the Beautiful Game’, an exhibition from the Design Museum in London. The exhibition explores the story of how design has been used to push the game to new limits and will open to visitors at the FIFA Museum in Zurich on 13 October 2023.

Media Release

During the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™: FIFA Museum presented by Hyundai to host special exhibition in Sydney

The FIFA Museum is proud to announce its upcoming special exhibition "Calling the Shots: Faces of Women’s Football" in collaboration with Hyundai Motor Company, which will coincide with this year’s FIFA Women's World Cup™ in Australia and New Zealand. The exhibition will be held at the FIFA Fan Festival™ in Tumbalong Park, Sydney, from 20 July to 20 August 2023.

Media Release

FIFA Museum opens first permanent exhibition abroad in Madrid

The FIFA Museum is proud to announce a partnership with LEGENDS and the launch of its first permanent exhibition outside Switzerland, in the Spanish capital of Madrid. The exhibition is dedicated to the history of the FIFA World Cup™ and the FIFA Women’s World Cup™, showcasing original objects and memorabilia used in matches and by the players themselves. LEGENDS – The Home of Football opens its doors today, Thursday, 1 June 2023.

Media Release

Paolo Rossi, un ragazzo d’oro: FIFA Museum to host guest exhibition on the life and career of the Italian legend

A world champion who made Italy’s dreams come true: Paolo Rossi was the hero of Italy’s triumphant 1982 World Cup campaign, his exploits on the pitch securing his place among the game’s greats. His life and career will be celebrated at the FIFA Museum’s guest exhibition, Paolo Rossi: un ragazzo d’oro, in Zurich from 10 February to 26 March 2023.

Media Release

Almost 400,000 visitors worldwide: new visitor record for the FIFA Museum

In 2022, almost 400,000 visitors from over 135 different countries visited the FIFA Museum in Switzerland and internationally. The cultural institution of world football’s governing body thus set new visitor records, both at its headquarters in the Swiss metropolis and internationally.

Media Release

FIFA Museum to host major exhibition for the FIFA World Cup 2022™

On the historic occasion of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, the FIFA Museum is set to celebrate football heritage and culture globally in collaboration with Hyundai Motor Company.

Media Release

Zurich Film Festival and FIFA Museum bring football to the big screen

The Zurich Film Festival (ZFF) and the FIFA Museum have launched a new collaboration, with the two organisations joining forces to screen five football films alongside talks with football legends. The collaboration kicks off at the 18th ZFF (Sept. 22 to Oct 2, 2022) with the world premiere of WHEN THE WOLRD WATCHED: ITALY 2006, a documentary about the Squadra Azzurra that will be presented in person by World Cup winner Gianluca Zambrotta.

Media Release

FIFA Museum to unveil special exhibition “211 Cultures. One Game” in Zurich ahead of the FIFA World Cup 2022™

The FIFA Museum is delighted to announce “211 Cultures. One Game”, a special exhibition that will open to the public in Zurich on 11 November 2022. In the run-up to the FIFA World Cup 2022™, this major exhibition will shine 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.

News & Info

World champion Gianluca Zambrotta joins FIFA Museum as ambassador

The FIFA Museum’s team of ambassadors has been bolstered by the addition of a world champion in the form of Gianluca Zambrotta, who is enthusiastic about the museum’s mission of spreading football fever across the globe.

Media Release

On the rise again: Almost 1.4 million people engage with FIFA Museum globally in 2021

Almost 1.4 million people enjoyed a trip to the FIFA Museum or engaged with its digital content in 2021 – a growth of around 80% compared to the previous year.

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