Groups and parties

Guided Group Tours

The museum also provides guided tours for groups of 10 to 20 people. Tours focus on particular themes and provide additional background information on the range of exhibits and interactive stations on display in the museum. They also include a top 10 highlights section and are available in all four FIFA languages (English, French, Spanish and German).

Additional people can be added to tours at an extra cost but if groups exceed 25 people, then a second tour guide must be booked. For more information please contact the museum sales team by email: events@fifamuseum.org or call +41 43 388 25 00

Parties

If you would like to celebrate your child’s birthday or have a party at the FIFA World Football Museum we offer three different options. Information on what each contains can be found in the PDF below.

A minimum of 8 and a maximum of 15 children can attend parties, which last roughly two and a half hours. Packages are designed for children aged 7-15. For more information please contact the museum events team by email: events@fifamuseum.org or call +41 43 388 25 00

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The Urguayan team on their triumphant lap of honour after defeating Argentina 4-2 in the FIFA World Cup Final at the Estadio Centenario in Montevideo, 30th July 1930.
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© FIFA Museum
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