2022 World Cup Trophy to Arrive in Ghana on September 3.
On September 3, the fifth FIFA World CupTM Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola will arrive in Accra, providing Ghanaian soccer fans the chance to see the prized trophy for the first time as it travels through all 32 FIFA World CupTM qualifying nations.
The 2022 World Cup trophy will arrive in Ghana on September 3, after taking off from the FIFA headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland on Tuesday.
What is the trophy?
The 2022 FIFA World Cup trophy is a 14.5-kilogram gold trophy that is awarded to the winner of the FIFA World Cup.
The current trophy was unveiled in 2010 and is the fifth version of the trophy since the first World Cup in 1930.
The 2022 trophy will be making its way to Ghana on September 3, where it will be on display for fans to see.
This is an exciting time for soccer fans around the world as we inch closer and closer to the biggest sporting event on earth.
Who should you expect at the arrival event?
On September 3, the 2022 World Cup trophy will arrive in Ghana. The event will be attended by the President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, and the Minister of Youth and Sports, Hon Mustapha Ussif.
Also present will be the President of the Ghana Football Association, Mr Kurt Edwin Simeon-Okraku, and other dignitaries.
Preparation for arrival event
Preparation for the arrival of the 2022 World Cup trophy is underway in Ghana. A special event is being planned for September 3, when the trophy will be brought to the country.
Where will it be taken after its arrival?
The 2022 World Cup trophy will be taken to various locations around Ghana after its arrival on September 3.
It will first be taken to the Black Star Square in Accra, where it will be put on display for the public to see. From there, it will travel to other cities in Ghana, such as Kumasi and Cape Coast.
Schedule for the second leg (subject to change):
19-20 August – Switzerland (send-off)
24-25 August – Korea Republic
26-27 August – Japan
29-30 August – Australia
1 September – IR Iran
3-4 September – Ghana
6-7 September – Senegal
8-9 September – Cameroon
10-11 September – Morocco
13-14 September – Tunisia
15 September – Portugal
16 September – Spain
17-18 September – Croatia
20-21 September – Serbia
22-24 September – Poland
25 September – the Netherlands
28-30 September – Denmark
2-3 October – Germany
4-5 October – Belgium
6-9 October – France
11 October – Wales
12-13 October – England
15-20 October – Mexico
21-23 October – Brazil
25-27 October – Argentina
28-29 October – Uruguay
31 October – 1 November – Ecuador
2-3 November – Costa Rica
5-8 November – the USA
9 November – Canada
11-12 November – Saudi Arabia
13-14 November – Qatar
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