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    FIFA World Football Museum…

    FIFA World Football Museum is finally open after a long construction!

    Museum is located right on the Bahnhof Enge, that’s mean getting there is very easy from every part of Zurich. The museum looks great! On the 3 floors of it you can see the history of the most popular game in the world!

    I don’t know much about football, but I could learn some interesting facts in a very enthralling way! Now I know how rules were developing over the years, how the old uniforms looked like, I could see the ball and shoes from 1900 and the first world cup trophy, and much more…

    Good to know:

    The museum working hours:

    Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 – 19:00

    Sunday 9:00 – 18:00


    Adults – 24 CHF

    Children 7 – 15 years old – 14 CHF

    Children under 7 – free

    More information on

    The infrastructure of the museum is amazing. There are maps in different languages, free mobile app with audio guide in 4 languages: English, Spanish, German and French. The personnel was very friendly and helpful.

    I will write shortly what can you find on each floor.

    Ground floor contains the rainbow collection of the teams uniforms from all over the world. Also there is a historical timeline with the main facts about the game.

    -2 floor – you can learn a bit more history and enjoy fun activities. You will have changes to feel yourself as a commentator or a referee, moreover, learn and record yourself dancing the winning dance of the different teams. And, of course, the main trophy of the World Cup is there!

    1 floor – you can try interesting capsules with quizzes about game and teams; have fun in the Game Zone and Pinball, where everyone can feel themselves like a football player and try to win the biggest score of the points to see your own name on the screen!

    2 floor – you will find souvenir shop and the restaurant. By the way there are to restaurants in the museum. One is on the second floor and one is on the ground floor.

    If you decide to visit the FIFA World Football Museum, I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did!

    If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me -> GET IN TOUCH


    Yuliia Caliskan
    At MonAme Magazine, I’m in charge of content and publication. I am passionate about all things new and sustainable - traveling, food and active lifestyle. As an MD specialized in Dermatology, I also always keep myself up to date about new advancements in beauty and cosmetics industry.

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