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.
The picture postcard of snowy landscapes and snowmen may define a northern hemisphere view of the Christmas idyll, but for those in the tropics and the southern hemisphere, Christmas has always been a very different experience.
Due to the new measures, the FIFA Museum and the Sportsbar 1904 have adjusted their opening hours for the next four weeks.
Paolo Rossi, who inspired Italy to their World Cup triumph of 1982 has died at the age of 64.
14 years after winning the title at the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany, the Italian visited the FIFA World Football Museum and celebrated a reunion with the trophy.
Did you know that Santa’s home is in Finland and that he even has his very own football team?
In honour of Diego Maradona, the FIFA Museum in Zurich has created a mini pop-up exhibition with various original objects from his career.
From today, a very special experience awaits all visitors at the FIFA Museum: a festive digital treasure hunt.
The new Panini album not only contains the biggest football stars, but for the first time there are also official FIFA World Football Museum stickers to collect and exchange.
Less than a month after his 60th birthday, the football world mourns the loss of one of the greatest players of all time: Diego Armando Maradona. A tribute to a truly iconic career.
FIFA Museum is pleased to announce that its eFootball Festival will be extended by one month until 31 January 2021 on the occasion of the new permanent exhibition area "eFootball: The Virtual Pitch".
In view of the current Covid-19 situation, the FIFA World Football Museum in Zurich has decided to adjust the opening hours.
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