Starting this Wednesday, football fans in Europe and all over the world will be looking to England, where the 16 qualified women's national teams will play for the European championship title. Sportsbar 1904 at the FIFA Museum will be broadcasting (almost) all matches live.
On 3 May, the FIFA World Cup Trophy will leave the FIFA Museum for a short time, returning to Zurich on 20 June. In its place, visitors will have the exciting opportunity to view the FIFA World Cup 2022 Winner’s Trophy.
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.
On 1 April, the Final Draw for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 will take place in Doha. The FIFA World Cup Trophy will travel to Doha for the event. Therefore, the trophy will not be on display at the FIFA Museum in Zurich from 24 March until 3 April.
With the expansion of the FIFA World Cup Gallery, the FIFA Museum now tells the story of all the competitions organised by FIFA. Visitors can look forward to some very special new objects on display: the trophies of these competitions as well as a set of Olympic medals.
With a virtual interactive multimedia experience accessible around the globe, FIFA Museum has released the opening chapter of its first digital exhibition entitled “Origins: Pre-Histories of Football” on its official website www.fifamuseum.com.