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Special Events

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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.

Game Time

Do you feel the Panini mania too? Then don't miss the Panini Sticker Swap at the FIFA Museum. Come along and find new swap-partners to complete your FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ sticker album!

Game Time

Do you feel the Panini mania too? Then don't miss the Panini Sticker Swap at the FIFA Museum. Come along and find new swap-partners to complete your FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ sticker album!

Past events

Game Time

Join us for an evening of football trivia and brain teasers at the Sportsbar 1904. Participation is free!

Football Emotions

Football Cinema at the FIFA Museum presents the story of American Samoa, the worst team in the world and their dream of the World Cup. But that takes more than just an experienced coach from abroad.

Special Events

Join our two football experts as they dive deep into teams, goals and tactics. The two will analyse Manchester City vs Paris Saint-Germain live at the Sportsbar. Don’t miss it and get your ticket now.

Football Think Tank

In the fourth edition of our talk, host Pascal Zuberbühler and his guest, the legendary former Arsenal coach turned Chief of Global Football Development at FIFA, will talk about the topic of "Increasing global football competitiveness".

Special Events

Join our two football experts as they dive deep into teams, goals and tactics. The two will analyse Liverpool FC vs Atlético Madrid live at the Sportsbar. Don’t miss it and get your ticket now.

Kids Corner

An exciting evening at the FIFA World Football Museum for all kids aged 6 to 12. Register now!

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