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The 1982 World Champions with the World Cup trophy (from left to right): Antonio Cabrini, Bruno Conti, Alessandro Altobelli, Claudio Gentile, Giovanni Galli, Marco Tardelli, Guiseppe Dossena, Gianpiero Marini. © FIFA Museum
The 1982 World Champions with the World Cup trophy (from left to right): Antonio Cabrini, Bruno Conti, Alessandro Altobelli, Claudio Gentile, Giovanni Galli, Marco Tardelli, Guiseppe Dossena, Gianpiero Marini. © FIFA Museum
Museum Life

New video: Celebrating Paolo Rossi at the FIFA Museum

In December, one year after the passing of Italian international Paolo Rossi, we gathered at the FIFA Museum together with his family and teammates who won the 1982 World Cup to both remember him and pay tribute to his life. Watch our latest video to relive this emotional event.

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Museum Life

Emotional commemoration of Paolo Rossi at the FIFA Museum

On the first anniversary of Paolo Rossi’s passing, team-mates, friends and family gathered at the FIFA Museum in Zurich to celebrate his memory. Museum director Marco Fazzone announced that an exhibition on the FIFA World Cup winner will be opened in 2023.

Museum Life

The Showcase: China PR 1991

The objects in our showcase and the illustration above tell the story of the tournament that put women’s football on the global stage and saw the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team win its first title.

USA players celebrating a Carin Jennings (12) goal in the group match against Sweden. © FIFA Museum
USA players celebrating a Carin Jennings (12) goal in the group match against Sweden. © FIFA Museum
History and Culture

Razor-sharp

There has never been a forward line quite like it in the history of the women’s game. Three women dominated the goalscoring charts at the first World Cup and collectively they were known as the “Triple-Edged Sword”…

History and Culture

The Laws of the Game and women’s football

While the creation of the Women’s World Cup in 1991 was universally welcomed in the women’s game, there was one aspect that many were not happy with…

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Museum Life

Arsène Wenger: "the better the talent development, the better the results at professional level"

For the fourth edition of our talk series, host Pascal Zuberbühler welcomed ex-Arsenal coach Arsène Wenger to talk about his long career as a player and coach and his role at FIFA.

History and Culture

The Japan Football Association at 100

2021 marks the centenary of the Japanese Football Association, an association that is at the forefront of the game in Asia. But that hasn’t always been the case…

Museum Life

FIFA 22 available at the FIFA Museum

EA Sports FIFA 22 launched on 1 October. You can give it a go at the gaming stations in our eFootball area. Of course, it’s also available to buy at our shop here at the FIFA Museum.

Telegram sent by Moore on 30 May 1970 to Morris Keston and his wife, thanking them for helping Bobby’s wife Tina through what was a stressful time.
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History and Culture

The English Gentleman and the bracelet

England travelled to the 1970 World Cup in Mexico with a squad that was regarded as stronger than the one that won the tournament four years previously. But preparations took an unexpected turn when the team landed in Bogotá for a warm-up friendly.

Museum Life

Women’s Football pioneers from Denmark given recognition at FIFA Museum

A group of pioneering women from Danish Club Boldklubben Femina, winners of the first international women’s football championships named “Coppa del Mondo” in Italy in 1970, visited the FIFA Museum for official hand over of several items from the tournament.

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The legendary hairband of Diego Forlán

Uruguayan international Diego Forlán left a mark at the FIFA Museum in Zurich long before becoming our international ambassador.

The Irish Free State Olympic team poses for a group photo, during the 1924 Olympic football tournament 5 June 1924.
The Irish Free State Olympic team poses for a group photo, during the 1924 Olympic football tournament. © Pozzo Archive/FIFA Museum
History and Culture

A difficult birth

100 years ago today, on 2 September 1921, the Football Association of Ireland was created at a meeting held at Molesworth Hall in Dublin. But rarely has the founding of an association been achieved in such difficult circumstances.