The FIFA World Football Museum’s Shop in Zurich offers a wide range of exciting memorabilia and plenty of football literature.
His goalkeeper gloves and jersey from his record breaking game at the FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 are part of the special exhibition ‘Foot et Monde Arabe’. We sat down with Essam El Hadary to talk about their story and how it feels to be part of a museum.
In 2016, a new milestone in FIFA history was reached in Jordan. For the first time, a women's World Cup was held in the Arab world.
On the occasion of the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2019 in Brazil, the FIFA World Football Museum presents an additional mini-exhibition about the youngsters' showdown.
The origins of football - A series by football historian Guy Oliver.
Describing Otto Pfister as a globetrotter is almost doing him a disservice. In his nigh-on 60 years as a football coach, he has been at the helm of 24 different club and national teams.As part of the "Foot et Monde Arabe" special exhibition, we spoke to him about his time and experiences as coach in the Arab world.
It’s been an exciting month so far, with two world champions visiting the FIFA World Football Museum in Zurich in October. Anja Mittag, 2007 Women’s World Cup Winner with Germany, and Kaká, 2002 Brazilian World Champion, enjoyed being reunited with their respective FIFA World Cup Trophies.
Three months after the end of the Women’s World Cup, the mega-event has its own showcase in the permanent exhibition of the FIFA World Football Museum in Zurich.
From Tuesday, October 8th, the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Winner’s Trophy will be on display in the FIFA World Football Museum. For a short period of time it will take the place of the original FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy.
Overview of the events held to complement the special exhibition ‘Foot et Monde Arabe’.