“At the beginning, we were surprised at all the people showing their support for our team. When we heard them chant for Tahiti, it gave us goosebumps on the field."
See all the winners from our photo booth contest at the Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup 2016 tournament.
Check out our round up and a selection of photos from the free, special event on StreetFootballArt.
The underdog story of New Zealand, Steve Sumner and Oceania's first goal at the 1982 FIFA World Cup finals.
Rainer Bonhof becomes the first FIFA World Cup winner from 1974 to sign the Wall of Champions.
See what happened when Borussia Mönchengladbach visited the museum.
We speak to one half of Zurich's leading graffiti artist duo ahead of their first exhibition at the museum.
Nobody expected much when Korea DPR arrived at the 1966 World Cup. By the time they were home, the team had written their names into history.
The five-time Bundesliga champions and two-time UEFA Cup winners will visit the museum on 18 May 2016.
A free, temporary special exhibition #StreetFootballArt marks International Museum Day this year. Here's what's planned.
Hear from six-time world champion Tina Aeberli ahead of her show at the museum.
Despite being the 15th World Cup, USA '94 saw a whole lot of firsts that would go down in football’s history books.
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