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Media | ©FIFA
Media | ©FIFA

Welcome to the online press office of the FIFA World Football 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
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
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.

Recent press releases

Media Release

Following a two-day virtual conference hosted by the FIFA Museum, a leading group of directors and key figures from the football museum sector agreed on the importance of collaboration and forging closer connections in order to safeguard football history, heritage and culture.

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The FIFA World Football Museum’s special exhibition “The Women’s Game” presented by Hyundai Motor Company has won the prestigious Red Dot Design Award 2020.

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The former Switzerland keeper has been signed up to make regular appearances on behalf of the museum both in Zurich and abroad as part of its exhibition and events programme.

Luca Boller, new ambassador of the FIFA World Football Museum.
Luca Boller, new ambassador of the FIFA World Football Museum.
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Luca Boller will take on the role on 16 July 2020, at the opening of the new section of the permanent exhibition entitled “The Virtual Pitch”.

The Virtual Pitch | ©FIFA Museum
The Virtual Pitch | ©FIFA Museum
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With virtual football growing in popularity daily, the FIFA World Football Museum in Zurich has decided to turn the spotlight on this global cultural phenomenon by opening a new exhibition area dedicated to the digital game’s technology and competitions as well as its accompanying lifestyle.

Fan Movement by FIFA enters the FIFA World Football Museum | ©FIFA Museum
Fan Movement by FIFA enters the FIFA World Football Museum | ©FIFA Museum
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Newly curated exhibits from fans to be showcased in the FIFA World Football Museum, The museum celebrates the rich heritage of football and the game’s unique ability to connect and inspire people around the world.

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The Honorary President of the Turkish FA (TFF), Şenes Erzik, has donated his personal collection to the FIFA World Football Museum. More than 200 objects, including coins, medals, mini-trophies and jerseys, have been handed over to the home of football history in Zurich.

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After hanging up her boots at the age of 28, former Germany international Josephine Henning has now turned her attention to the creative arts. One of her works has just gone on display in Zurich: the “Meant to Bond” sculpture fashioned by the Olympic gold medallist and European champion is featuring in the permanent exhibition at the FIFA World Football Museum from 10 March to 15 May 2020.

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In 2019 the FIFA World Football Museum welcomed a record 161,700 visitors through its doors in Zurich, many of them attracted by a programme dedicated to women’s football and the interaction between different football cultures. This was the second consecutive year that the Museum set a new annual top mark for visitors attending its exhibitions and events in Switzerland’s largest city.

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In conjunction with the Institut du Monde Arabe (IMA), the FIFA World Football Museum will be holding a guest exhibition called 'Foot et Monde Arabe' in Zurich from 4 October 2019 to 5 January 2020. The exhibition can be seen from Tuesdays to Sundays between 10.00 and 18.00.

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The temporary exhibition on the history of women's football can be visited at the Jardin Nelson Mandela in Les Halles, Paris, from 15 June until 7 July 2019. Entry to the exhibition is free and it is open every day from 10:00 to 20:00.

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To coincide with the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™, the FIFA World Football Museum in Zurich is holding a special exhibition. “Heroes: Centuries of Women’s Football” opens on 7 June, the day of the tournament’s opening match, and will run until 28 July. Opening times will be 10:00 to 18:00 from Tuesday to Sunday, and entry will be free.