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Special exhibition "The Making of a Footballer: Photographs of Youthful Dreams" from May 2024

Football fans can look forward to a new special exhibition at the FIFA Museum from 2 May 2024. "The Making of a Footballer: Photographs of Youthful Dreams" offers a unique insight into the personal careers of former and active professional footballers and shows the dreams, challenges and triumphs that have shaped their path to success.

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Memorable day for the FC Basel Dreamteam at the FIFA Museum

Juggling, table football, board games, a cup competition and much more! Swiss top-flight club FC Basel’s Dreamteam, a team for people with physical or mental disabilities, had a day to remember at the FIFA Museum this Saturday.

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Accumulated World Cup experience at the FIFA Museum

Italy, Germany, Switzerland or the Netherlands - former World Cup participants from several European countries were guests at the FIFA Museum on Wednesday evening.

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A prestigious award and its history

Just hours after The Best FIFA Football Awards™ 2023 Ceremony in London, the FIFA Museum has unveiled a section in its permanent exhibition highlighting the history of this prestigious award. Over the next couple of weeks, the trophy and a selection of objects from previous winners are on display.

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The updated FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy is back on display

The FIFA Women’s World Cup™ Trophy is back at the FIFA Museum with an updated base plate. 2023 world champions Spain have been added to the exclusive group of teams that etched themselves into the history books and onto the trophy’s base plate.

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Swiss Tipp-Kick Championship held at FIFA Museum

One week ago Sunday, the Swiss Tipp-Kick Championship took place at the FIFA Museum. 27 players competed in the tournament for the prestigious title, which was contested for the 41st time. In the end, two familiar faces of the Swiss Tipp-Kick community met in the final.

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"Designing the Beautiful Game" delights visitors at the vernissage

The new special exhibition "Designing the Beautiful Game" was officially opened yesterday at the FIFA Museum. The exhibition was created in collaboration with "the Design Museum" in London and is open to all museum visitors in Zurich from today.

© Christof Koepsel/Bongarts/Getty Images
© Christof Koepsel/Bongarts/Getty Images
History and Culture

The tale of the magical goal scorer and the unbeatable goalkeeper

16 years ago, the 2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup™ took place in China. It would become the first Women’s World Cup to see a champion successfully defend their title. But it was also the stage for a magical Brazilian goal scorer and an unbeatable German goalkeeper.

© J. Brett Whitesell-ISI/FIFA Archives/FIFA Museum
© J. Brett Whitesell-ISI/FIFA Archives/FIFA Museum
History and Culture

20 years after the 2003 FIFA Women’s World Cup

20 years ago today, the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2003™ kicked off in Philadelphia, USA – a relatively last-minute change, as up until April of that year China had been down to hold the tournament’s fourth edition. Join us as we look back at some of the moments that etched themselves into the football history books.

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Moments of a Long Night

Zurich's Long Night of Museums is a permanent fixture in the city's cultural calendar. This year, the event once again attracted thousands of late-night visitors to the city's museums. The FIFA Museum opened its doors until the early hours of the morning, and here are a few impressions of that long night.

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The FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy returns to the FIFA Museum

While visitors to the FIFA Museum have been enjoying the creative results of our home-made trophy competition, it is at last time for the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ trophy to return to its spot lit showcase in Zurich.

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© Alex Grimm/FIFA via Getty Images
History and Culture

Historic moments at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™

With just two games left of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, it’s been one for the history books already – with plenty of records broken, historic upsets, and unprecedented turns of event. Here are a few favourites for the future archives, but we’ve got our fingers crossed that there are a few more surprises up the sleeves of the four remaining teams!

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