In the world of sports, no symbol stands stronger than the FIFA World Cup Trophy and joining forces with Coca Cola has just made it even more happening.
It’s a rare opportunity for fans to see the original trophy up close and have their experience captured by a photograph.
WHAT IS THE FIFA WORLD CUP TROPHY TOUR BY COCA-COLA?
That’s what people are thinking. No worries here’s an answer for you!
It’s Coca cola who is giving football fans around the world a lifetime opportunity to get up close to the original trophy that will be presented to the winner in July by inviting them to get ready for the official 2018 FIFA World Cup Tour.
The Trophy Tour will give fans everywhere a taste of the excitement that’s to come, not to mention a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the Trophy for themselves," said Ricardo Fort, Vice President of Global Sports Partnerships at The Coca-Cola Company.
Before kicking it off the global leg of this remarkable tour, the trophy travelled across World Cup 2018 host nation Russia for three months, spanning more than 16,000 km and visiting 16 cities, making it the longest host country tour in history.
So, it was just a small-scale domestic leg to warm up for what lies ahead? Not a chance!
But the question is WHERE WILL IT GO NEXT?
Where won't it go? Over the next few months the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola will visit no less than 91 cities across 51 countries and six continents before settling back in Russia for the tournament.
Next up is Colombo, Sri Lanka, and the tour will end in Vladivostok on May 1. See the full list of destinations below.
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Macau, China P. R
Honiara, Solomon Islands
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic
Tel Aviv, Israel
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Johannesburg, South Africa
Cape Town, South Africa
Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire
Torshavn, Faroe Islands
Panama City, Panama
San Jose, Costa Rica
Mexico City, Mexico
New York, USA
Los Angeles, USA
Beijing, China P.R
Shanghai, China P.R