Owned and operated by FIFA, the FIFA World Football Museum opened in February 2016 and attracts visitors from all over the world. The museum is housed within three floors of the ten-story Haus zur Enge, which also has a bistro, sports bar, cafe, library, and museum shop. Soccer fan or not, a trip to the FIFA Museum is an exciting one.
The museum is filled with exhibits that have memorabilia from every FIFA World Cup ever held, including the FIFA Women's World Cup. One of the most popular exhibits revisits the 2014 FIFA World Cup held in Brazil and brings the tournament back to life with a collection of objects, artifacts, videos, and photographs. Some unique objects that can be seen is Pele's last goal ball for Brazil from 1971, Van Persie's armband, and Miroslav Klose's boots.
Seestrasse 27, 8002 Zürich, Switzerland, website, Phone: 4-14-33-88-25-00 Photo: FIFA World Football Museum
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