Football's new shrine
amid waves of scandal, a project team at FIFA stayed focused on its mission to open a new museum
FIFA has been roiled by criminal indictments and resignations during the last 12 months. But controversy at the international football governing body didn't distract the project team tasked with completing the new FIFA World Football Museum on time. Designed to showcase the history of football, FIFA and the World Cup, the museum opened in Zurich, Switzerland just two days after a February election to replace FIFA president Sepp Blatter, who was banned from the sport in December 2015.