Our first temporary exhibition shines a spotlight on the 2014 World Cup and on the history of Brazilian football. Get more information here.
Enjoy a selection of photographic highlights from their visit and hear from goakeeper Amer Shafi.
Lots of things stand out about the first FIFA World Cup but none are as glaringly obvious as this...
See what special activities we have planned as we take part in Zurich's Long Night of Museums for the first time this September.
“The mother of all games” had the potential to make headlines for all the wrong reasons. Instead it is remembered as one of the greatest examples of sportmanship football has ever seen.
Only two men have played in the World Cup finals either side of a World War: Erik Nilsson of Sweden and Alfred Bickel of Switzerland.
See a selection of pictures from Sporting Clube de Portugal president Bruno de Carvalho's visit to the new home of football.
We've been chatting to the world champion about her memories of winning the World Cup, the development of women’s football, and becoming part of the FIFA Museum...
The 1966 World Cup is widely regarded as one of the most controversial to date, but it had a few surprises too, and our showcase reflects this. See what's on display.
To mark 10 years since the 2006 FIFA World Cup, we take you through our showcase on the tournament.
See what's on show in our showcase on the 1986 World Cup, where Maradona was named 'King of Soccer'.
The culinary secrets of world champions will be revealed when Germany's chef visits the museum in a tasty one-off event you won't want to miss.
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