Coca-Cola World Cup Trophy Tour Kicks off a Global Journey in Dubai

Joined Coca-Cola World Cup Trophy Tour for the first time today in Dubai. Iker Casillas and Kaká, two past FIFA Globe Cup champions. The original FIFA World Cup Trophy will now travel the world ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. For football fans all around the globe, this is a great chance to see the trophy up. And personal, says Coca-Vice Cola’s President of Global Sports & Entertainment Marketing and Partnerships Brad Ross.

FIFA World Cup is magical when supporters are enthusiastic about their teams and show off their love for the sport. Fans will get a chance to view football’s most recognizable icon. And the actual magic of the FIFA World Cup. Beginning today as Coca-Cola opens its doors to fans for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Coca-Cola and FIFA are visiting every FIFA member country by 2030

In 51 countries and territories. Coca-Cola and FIFA will move one step closer to their 2030 objective of visiting each of FIFA’s 211 member nations. The visit will happen to every 32 countries that qualified for the FIFA Globe Cup. Motivating football fans via unique consumer experiences.

Romy Gai, FIFA’s Chief Business Officer. Describe the World Cup trophy as one of the biggest icons in the sport. We have a unique chance to highlight the fantastic communities. Throughout the globe that are passionate about the beautiful game by bringing it on tour. “The FIFA World Cup demonstrates our commitment to make football truly global as we realize the ambitions of our supporters and bring the pleasure also the energy of the FIFA World Cup to their doorsteps, along with our well-established accomplice Coca-Cola.”

“It is a huge honor to be important for the first stop of the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola,” Kaká said. At the point when I was 20 years of age, I made my first appearance in a FIFA World Cup, and it was a dream come true for me.”

This trophy was “the high point of my career” when Iker Casillas, Spain’s captain in 2010, won it. It’s fantastic that someone will feel that way in Qatar this year. To join you today as we begin the path of delivering the FIFA World Cup Trophy to our supporters throughout the world fills me with tremendous joy.”

FIFA World Cup Trophy

For the FIFA World Cup term, FIFA retains control of the FIFA World Cup Trophy. Two human individuals hold the globe aloft in a 6.142kg gold trophy. Those who have won the FIFA World Cup and heads of state are the only ones allow to touch and hold the original FIFA World Cup Trophy.

The FIFA World Cup Trophy is awarded to the winning team for the duration of the tournament since FIFA regulations state that the original trophy must remain in FIFA’s possession and cannot win outright. In addition to seeing a piece of football history, the Coca-Cola FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour allows fans to connect over their shared love of the game. Football fans’ recollections of witnessing the first FIFA World Cup Trophy will last a lifetime.

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