ANPFIFF: What does it take to be a champion?

The third edition of the FIFA World Football Museum’s talk event, ANPFIFF, will feature three World Cup winners. Taking place on Wednesday, 18 January 2017, the event will see participants discuss the question “What does it take to become a champion?”

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Starting at 7.30pm, three winners of the world’s biggest and most important football tournament will be on stage: Germany’s Guido Buchwald (1990), Brazil’s Paulo Sergio (1994) and France’s Christian Karembeu (1998). New Zealand football legend Wynton Rufer completes the lineup of stars. Julia Scharf from German TV channel ARD will moderate the discussion. 

The event will last for roughly one hour and will take place within The Rainbow – a striking exhibition inside the museum at Bahnhof Enge in Zurich. It will be held in German and English. Entrance is free and includes an aperitif.

Visitors can look forward to an exciting and interesting talk with these four former football stars inside the home of football history. The event will take place in cooperation with Arosa IceSnowFootball.