100 years ago today, on 2 September 1921, the Football Association of Ireland was created at a meeting held at Molesworth Hall in Dublin. But rarely has the founding of an association been achieved in such difficult circumstances.
The FIFA Museum is taking part in the Long Night of Zurich’s Museums (Lange Nacht der Zürcher Museen) again this year. We are happy to be part of this great event again on 4 September this year and have an exciting programme for you.
The sight of Great Britain fielding a team in the women’s football tournament at the Tokyo Olympics would have raised a few eyebrows among football fans around the world, so this week we look back at the participation of the United Kingdom in Olympic football and ask - what’s in a name?
Ten years ago Japan became the first Asian country to win a senior World Cup title at the FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011™. We look back on a tournament that was an important milestone in the development of women's football.
Diego Forlán has been announced as the FIFA World Football Museum’s official international ambassador. The winner of the adidas Golden Ball as the best player of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ will help safeguard as well as celebrate football’s rich heritage and culture on the global stage.
Since the opening of the new area dedicated to eFootball and gaming the FIFA Museum has been home to the FIFAe World Cup Trophy. This week it has left the museum temporarily, as it is preparing to be lifted by the next world champion.