With football around the world being stopped almost completely, FIFA’s first #WorldCupAtHome weekend reminded us of a World Cup curse and a saved penalty that made the record books.
Due to the latest development regarding the current spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19), the FIFA World Football Museum and the Sportsbar 1904 are temporarily closed until further notice.
The FIFA World Football Museum's special exhibition "The Women's Game" presented by Hyundai Motor Company won the world-renowned iF Design Award 2020 in the category of architecture.
The Honorary President of the Turkish FA (TFF), Şenes Erzik, has donated his personal collection to the FIFA World Football Museum. More than 200 objects, including coins, medals, mini-trophies and jerseys, have been handed over to the home of football history in Zurich.
After hanging up her boots at the age of 28, former Germany international Josephine Henning has now turned her attention to the creative arts. One of her works has just gone on display in Zurich: the “Meant to Bond” sculpture fashioned by the Olympic gold medallist and European champion is featuring in the permanent exhibition at the FIFA World Football Museum from 10 March to 15 May 2020.
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.
- See the most recognisable trophy in world sport up close like never before with our new interactive story.
- Take an interactive tour through the award winners from all seven editions of the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
- Discover some of the highlights of the permanent exhibition at the FIFA World Football Museum.