Eleven pieces of football memorabilia from Fan Movement members around the world are now on display at the FIFA World Football Museum.
In compliance with required hygiene and safety measures, children's birthday parties, guided tours and events can take place in the FIFA World Football Museum can resume from this weekend onwards.
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.
One hundred years ago this month, an all-American team from the Midwest made history by becoming champions of the USA, breaking the stranglehold of the immigrant-based clubs from the industrial northeast.
Newly curated exhibits from fans to be showcased in the FIFA World Football Museum.
After nine weeks of historic football, the #WorldCupAtHome came to an end this week. Before we recap the grand Finale of Russia 2018, we witness Mexico lifting their very first FIFA trophy, and a central defender who gave a new meaning to ‘Man of the Match’.
The FIFA World Football Museum will be open on Ascension Day and on both Whit Sunday and Whit Monday.
At last weekend’s #WorldCupAtHome matches, we witnessed a critical assist by a young star before his football career really took off. Additionally we watched a Frenchman score the only two goals of his international career, while two teams avenged their previous defeats.
This week, to mark the centenary of Barcelona's 1920 Copa del Rey triumph, we look back at what Spanish football was like a hundred years ago and uncover one of football's greatest historical curiosities – the story of how Barcelona have effectively been deprived of eight Spanish championships.
Last weekend at the #WorldCupAtHome we witnessed one of the greatest players in the history of football in his first major tournament. We also observed the peak of a great rivalry as well as a moment of great sportsmanship in the face of a bitter defeat.