On the occasion of this year's International Museum Day under the motto "Hyperconnected museums: New approaches, new publics", two special public guided tours entitled #MyFirstWorldCup will take place on Sunday, 13 May 2018.
Just in time for the start of the World Cup, the FIFA World Football Museum is adding another highlight to its offer. From May 2018, the home of football history at Enge station in Zurich will be inviting visitors to a new public guided tour.
To mark the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, Manfred Zeller – an expert on the history of sport in Eastern Europe – presents his new book "Soviet Fever – Football Fans in the Post-Stalin Multi-National State" on Wednesday, 21 March, at 7.30pm.
In conjunction with the "11mm International Football Film Festival Berlin", the FIFA World Football Museum is proud to show this gripping documentary of the life of George Best on Thursday, 15 March 2018, at 19.30.
The FIFA World Football Museum was honoured to have a visit from Germany coach Joachim Löw on 5 December 2017, as part of the "Swiss Sport Forum". And since he found himself at the home of the history of the beautiful game, the coach of the current FIFA World Cup™ champions took the opportunity to enjoy a tour of the permanent exhibitions.
What are your plans for the February holidays? The museum's Event Hall will be turned into a gaming paradise from 11 to 25 February. If you take part in the tournaments you will have the chance to win first class prizes. Free entry.
Switzerland in the run-up to the World Cup: anticipation or pressure? Former members of the Swiss national team Andy Egli, Stéphane Chapuisat, Philipp Degen and Jörg Stiel discuss intriguing topics around their experiences of a major tournament as well as the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup™.