During the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar, the FIFA Museum in Zurich is once again hosting a Public Viewing. From the opening match on 20 November to the Final on 18 December 2022, we will show all 64 matches live in up to three different locations.
Discover our new special exhibition "211 Cultures. One Game" on a free public guided tour full of dialogue, interactions and food for thought focusing on discovering similarities and celebrating differences. The tour will be held in English.
The Swiss premiere of a short film and a legendary World Cup match frame the second edition of our new "Cinema" live talks. Guests of ZFF Artistic Director Christian Jungen at the FIFA Museum live talk will include the film’s director and main star plus the refereeing legend who inspired the film.
For all children between the ages of 8 and 12, the FIFA Museum is hosting a Kids Camp during the autumn holidays! Naturally, almost everything revolves around football during the four days of the camp.
One day after the world premiere of the new feature-length FIFA documentary “When the World Watched: Italy 2006” as part of the Zurich Film Festival, the FIFA Museum and ZFF invite you to a live lalk at the museum.