The prizes is going to be permanently housed and exhibited in the museum, having formerly been locked in.
After almost two years of building work, its doors will open to the public later this month on Sunday 28 February. An interactive universe of multimedia experiences, the museum maintains the fascinating history of football and has over 1,000 items and images, 1,480 500 videos telling the captivating narrative of the international game and - both male and Cup the FIFA World female. With a 180 degree film, interactive stations, exceptional displays, a devoted games place as well as a giant pinball space, the CHF 30 million project was built to accommodate all ages.
Cafu was unveiled by by the prizes and Lingor will eventually be a must see attraction for sports fans around the world. The footballers picked upward the decorations in the Home of FIFA before escorting them to the museum in the Enge district in Zurich. Just world champs are allowed to touch the prizes without wearing gloves, so they'll be held inside the museum in glass cases.
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