Plan your visit

Start planning your trip through football history now.

Why not come and experience all that the FIFA Museum has to offer:

  • More than 3,000m² of space over three floors packed with exhibits and activities, from Planet Football and the FIFA World Cup™ Gallery to the Fields of Play plus the new exhibition area, eFootball: the Virtual Pitch
  • Tours: both guided and themed, with special offers for groups
  • Events: football quizzes, panel discussions, kids’ nights and more in the museum and the Sportsbar 1904
  • The Lab: where fun and learning go hand in hand, an interactive experience for young and old alike
  • Museum Shop: souvenirs, official merchandise and exclusive fan wear
  • Sportsbar 1904: watch live football from all over the world with a refreshing drink and delicious food in a great atmosphere
  • Business events: event space and enticing offers for entertaining, unforgettable business occasions

 

Why not see for yourself by taking the virtual tour?

 

We are open between 10 and 18 from Tuesday to Sunday. For special opening hours on public holidays click here:

Tickets

Book your tickets online. For prices and special offers, visit our online ticket shop.

Getting Here

The FIFA Museum is located at Tessinerplatz in the heart of Zurich. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Guidelines & Facilities & Accessibility

More useful information for your visit.

Additional information

Guided Tours

We offer public tours and individual group tours on a variety of topics from the exciting world of football.

Kids & Families

The FIFA Museum is a great place to visit with your kids and your family.

Business Customers

Venue hire, group tours, catering and more. Find out more about our offers for business customers.

Sportsbar & Bistro

The Sportsbar 1904 is a great place to watch live sports or have lunch. For a quick snack visit our Bistro.

Museum Shop

Something for every football fan. The museum shop offers an exclusive range of custom-made football memorabilia, and a selection of books and toys too.

Latest Blog articles

Museum Life

Amandine Henry’s screamer and a successful start into ambassadorship

Last Saturday, FIFA Museum Ambassador Prisca Steinegger had her first official appearance as ambassador when she hosted her first Football Live Analysis with our two established FIFA football experts Pascal "Zubi" Zuberbühler and Chris Loxston. The trio analysed the UEFA Women's Champions League final. Special guest of the evening was German World Cup winner Anja Mittag.

Museum Life

Lothar Matthäus at the FIFA Museum: An intuitive global career

As part of the cultural programme series "History Makers",  Germany world champion and iconic international Lothar Matthäus recalled the greatest moments of his career at the FIFA Museum in front of an audience of more than 100 people. One expression was a recurring theme throughout the entire evening.

Museum Life

Steve McClaren: "We are trying to close the gap".

Last Thursday evening FIFA Museum Ambassador Pascal Zuberbühler welcomed former England national team coach Steve McClaren and FIFA football expert Chris Loxston as part of our Cultural Programme.

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