“It was a great World Cup year to the museum, thanks in particular for the rising amount of visitors to both our permanent exhibition and our cultural programme in Zurich, which shows that people are creating a positive contribution towards the city’s varied choice of attractions,” said Managing Director Marco Fazzone.
“With FIFA Coins our first special exhibition abroad, we now have also demonstrated which the FIFA World Football Museum has international pulling power. We are enthusiastic and ideas for your future. In 2019, the museum will probably be playing an engaged part to advertise women’s football, especially from the summer months, when it is going to be a focal point to the women’s game.”
Further highlights with the past twelve months, in addition for the FIFA 19 Coins permanent exhibition in Zurich and 'The History Makers' special exhibition in Moscow, were the museum’s regular cultural programme in Zurich (5,911 visitors in 2018) plus the special pop-up exhibition 'JUST ARRIVED! Unboxing the Heritage of Russia 2018', also in Zurich (5,013 visitors), which presented a range of objects from this past year’s World Cup.
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