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

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To celebrate 50 years since the 1970 FIFA World Cup, the FIFA Museum takes you through an exhibit dedicated to the tournament that introduced substitutions as well as yellow and red cards.

FIFA Fan Movement Memory Jars at the FIFA World Football Museum | ©FIFA Museum
FIFA Fan Movement Memory Jars at the FIFA World Football Museum | ©FIFA Museum
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Today the memory jars exhibition area at the FIFA World Football Museum welcomed eleven new arrivals from around the world. These eleven objects, sent in by members of the FIFA Fan Movement, are now on display for all visitors. They are presented with their individual story, as told by their owner.

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Part of the area on the first floor featuring our permanent exhibition is currently under renovation. The Football Pinball and Football Lab are nevertheless still open to visitors.

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During his visit to Zurich, Tanzanian recording artist Diamond Platnumz visited the FIFA Museum with his entourage and brought the Baba Lao challenge to the FIFA World Cup Trophy.

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To expand our collection and our horizon as the home of football history, representatives of the FIFA World Football Museum went to the FIFA eClub World Cup in Italy this month.

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Tipp-Kick, FIFA 20 and more - during the sports holidays, the Event Hall of the FIFA Museum is transformed into an arcade for young and old.

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Argentinian world champion Mario Kempes used his visit to Switzerland in January for a flying visit to the FIFA World Football Museum and an emotional reunion with the World Cup trophy.

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We regret to inform you that due to flight complications, Mario Kempes will unfortunately not be visiting the FIFA World Football Museum in Zurich today (15.01.2020). We are deeply sorry for any inconvenience that this might have caused.

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At the end of May, the Swiss Federal Council announced a further relaxation of measures to combat coronavirus. As part of this relaxation, we are delighted to be able to offer children's birthday parties, guided tours and events at the FIFA World Football Museum again as of this weekend. Of course, this will be done in compliance with hygiene and safety measures.

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Enjoy the Puskás-Award-winning goals of the last ten years now on display in a temporary mini-exhibition.

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The FIFA Club World Cup gives us the rare opportunity to dig into our archives for club kit and memorabilia.

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The special exhibition ‘Foot et Monde Arabe’ highlights milestones and stories of football in the Arab world in seven chapters (and a bonus). Find out what they are.