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Everything that’s happening in the museum, from exhibitions to events and much more.

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Five years ago, the FIFA World Football Museum opened its doors. Relive a selection of our favourite museum moments as we celebrate our anniversary.  

29.11.1991, Close up on referees and captains discussing during the pre-match protocol, prior to the 3rd place playoff between Sweden and Germany, in Guangzhou.
Brazilian referee Cláudia Vasconcelos Guedes (center) becomes the first women to referee an official FIFA match, taking charge of the play-off for third place between Sweden and Germany at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 1991 in Guangzhou, China. © FIFA Museum
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The FIFA World Football Museum presents a new selection of stories on the topic of refereeing. Twenty intimate showcases explore a selection of interesting facts about the duties of match officials and notable moments from refereeing history.

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During the temporary closure of the museum, a mini pop-up exhibition about a Swiss World Cup record holder who is also an ambassador for the FIFA Museum was being prepared behind the scenes. It will be open to visitors from 3 March.

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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.

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In honour of Diego Maradona, the FIFA Museum in Zurich has created a mini pop-up exhibition with various original objects from his career.

© Sport Archive/FIFA Museum
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From today, a very special experience awaits all visitors at the FIFA Museum: a festive digital treasure hunt.

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From the goal that sent the reigning world champion packing, to the shirt of the best goalkeeper of the tournament, our 2006 showcase relives Italy’s incredible journey to become FIFA World Cup champions for the first time in 24 years.

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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.