Plan your visit

The museum opened on February 28 2016. Start planning your trip through football history now.

Opening Hours and Tickets

Tuesday to Sunday 10.00 – 18.00
Monday Closed*

*The museum will open on selected public holidays.

Getting Here

The museum is located in the heart of Zurich, and is easily accessible by public transport. You can use our tool to start planning your visit.

Visitor Information

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Latest Blog articles

Rudolf Kreitlein - FIFA WC 1966 quarter-final England - Argentina
Referee Rudolf Kreitlein facing Argentinian players at the 1966 FIFA World Cup quarter-final. © Getty

How German referee Rudolf Kreitlein played a vital role in the invention of the yellow and red cards during the 1966 FIFA World Cup in England.

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

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.

The Rainbow at the FIFA World Football Museum | ©FIFA Museum
The Rainbow at the FIFA World Football Museum | ©FIFA Museum

We look forward to welcoming you back to the FIFA World Football Museum and Sportsbar 1904 from 10:00 CEST on Tuesday.

THE MUSEUM AT A GLANCE

Get a quick look at what you can expect to discover at the museum.

Take the tour

New edition released

The FIFA World Football Museum is proud to present the new updated edition of our Official History of the FIFA Women's World Cup™, which now includes this summer’s World Cup in France.

Museum Shop

Something for every football fan. The museum shop offers an exclusive range of custom-made football memorabilia, and a selection of books and toys too.

Sportsbar 1904

The Sportsbar 1904 is a great place to have lunch during the week and  to grab a drink or a snack after visiting the museum. In the evening, fans get a front-row experience at the world’s favourite live sporting events.

The Library

The Library is home to collection of historic football books, texts and documents from over 110 years of FIFA and the international game.

The Lab

The Lab makes learning fun and offers a range of educational material for all ages, as well as various events, classes and seminars.

Meeting & Events

Host your event at the FIFA World Football Museum, centrally located in the heart of Zurich with excellent transport links. We look forward to helping you inspire your guests.