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Over the next eight days we will be marking the birthdays of three footballers who all enjoyed glittering careers which were capped by starring roles in winning a World Cup Final. We're also giving away three World Cup books.

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The FIFA Museum invites you to take a trip back to your childhood and relive the glory days of video games with less power and bigger pixels.

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In an exclusive training session with the elite of Swiss eFootball, 14 year old Loris brought captain and coach of the Swiss eNational Team close to a defeat.

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The FIFA Museum takes you through an exhibit dedicated to the tournament that helped crown Maradona champion of the world.

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The new FIFA 21 is here and you can play it for free in our Event Hall. Entry to the Event Hall is free, so you don’t need a ticket.

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The FIFA Museum takes you through an exhibit dedicated to the tournament that gave England their only FIFA World Cup victory.

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Due to the current COVID-19 situation, we have taken the necessary steps to make your visit to the FIFA World Football Museum as safe as possible.

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To celebrate 30 years since the 1990 FIFA World Cup, The FIFA Museum takes you through an exhibit dedicated to the tournament that saw West Germany win its third title.

FIFA Museum eCup 2020 Winner Arton Arifi
FIFA Museum eCup 2020 Winner Arton Arifi
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The FIFA 20 tournament at the FIFA World Football Museum was won by Arton Arifi. The Swiss triumphed under the watchful gaze of Luca Boller, the captain of the Swiss eFootball national team, and lifted the FIFA Museum eCup.

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The FIFA World Football Museum’s special exhibition “The Women’s Game” presented by Hyundai Motor Company has won the prestigious Red Dot Design Award 2020.

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The FIFA Museum is pleased to unveil new objects dedicated to the story of women’s football, which illustrate its long and complex history. These new objects focus on key moments for women’s football that pushed the game forward.

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The Isles of Scilly are home to the smallest league in the world. Even legends such as David Beckham and Patrick Vieira have paid a visit. Local player Andrew Hicks scores goals like Cristiano Ronaldo.