Museum blog

For one day only, female fans will be able to visit the FIFA World Football Museum free of charge.

100 guests celebrated the opening of the FIFA World Football Museum to the general public on Sunday 28 February.

After two years of construction work, the FIFA World Football Museum is set to open its doors to the public.

See two-time world champions Cafu and Renate Lingor unveil the two World Cup trophies at the FIFA World Football Museum.

An extraordinary discovery is unveiled at the FIFA World Football Museum.

We are proud to report that our Wall of Champions has been signed by a World Cup winner for the first time. Find out who the star was here...

Enjoy a video tour of the museum with the nominees for the 2015 Women’s Player of Year award.

This is one of the earliest photos from any FIFA Congress. It was taken in Copenhagen in 1913 and features 65 different faces. How many do you recognise?

The countdown is on! The museum opens on 28 February 2016 at 12:00 CET - but you can get a sneak peak now.

Leônidas was the top scorer at the 1938 World Cup but when he passed away in 2004 the story of one of football’s first stars could have been forgotten. After an unusual trip to Brazil, the museum has made sure this won't happen.

A national team wearing a club's shirt at the World Cup sounds unlikely – though it’s happened more than you might think. France wore green and white in 1978, but they weren’t the first, or the last, to wear a club shirt at football’s biggest tournament.

See what three-time Olympic gold medalist and reigning world champion Hope Solo got up to on her exclusive early look at the museum.