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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

Football Think Tank

Kemari is a highly ritualised game indigenous to Japan that has been played for over a millennium. Join us and our experts for a free one-hour webinar where we tackle the question why the beautiful game of kemari failed to stand the test of time.

Special Events

Enjoy expert analysis of the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 group-stage match between Switzerland and the Netherlands, courtesy of a dream team comprising FIFA Museum ambassador Prisca Steinegger and Martina Moser, the Nati‘s former record appearance-maker.

Kids Corner

The popular Kids' Nights at the FIFA Museum are themed Road to the World Cup in this World Cup year. In the second of four editions we focus on the underdogs that take us by surprise and win our hearts.

Fokus

Come and see Italy’s 2006 FIFA World Cup™-winner as part of the “History Makers” series in our cultural programme at the FIFA Museum. Enjoy an exhibition tour and listen to the Live Talk as Zambrotta takes to the stage to relive his finest hours and share stories from his successful career.

Football Think Tank

The Chinese ball game of cuju has a history dating back over 2,000 years. It is little played today, but its vibrant history lives on. Join us and our experts for a free one-hour webinar where we search for the origins of football in China and compare the cultural impact of cuju and modern football.

Football Think Tank

There comes a time when every footballer has to hang up their boots, but what will they do next? As part of the Connect series in our cultural programme, FIFA Museum ambassador Pascal Zuberbühler talks to former internationals, including an Olympic champion, about starting anew after calling time on their career.

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