Excitement and what to expect from Coca-Cola Trophy Tour in Nigeria

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The wait is nearly over. Goal takes a tongue in cheek look at what fans should expect during the visit of the iconic Fifa World Cup trophy to Nigeria

Without any speck of bias, Nigeria is Africa’s most successful football playing nation and the arrival of the Fifa World Cup means a big deal for the country.

Thanks to Coca-Cola, the Trophy Tour will see thousands of Nigerians have a chance to get a close look at the tournament’s treasured prize.

Coca-Cola tour

The Super Eagles’ last five campaigns have followed a bothersome pattern: and with fans seeing this iconic diadem live in Abuja and Lagos, it will fuel their optimism of Gernot Rohr’s men chances of doing well in Russia.

And hopefully, they would expect the three-time African champions emerge as world champions when the final is played on July 15 at the Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow.

Certainly, a large percentage of country’s population will not be in the European nation for the championship when it kicks off, so the tour will ensure they see the original trophy up close and take a selfie.

Trophy Tour

Aside from seeing the diadem, fans will be thrilled with fun games, music from their favourite celebrities and of course get to hang out with French football legend Christian Karembeu.

Furthermore, the official Fifa World Cup Mascot, Zabivaka will be coming in Abuja and Lagos. And whenever you see Zabivaka, don’t be shy to take a selfie and share on social media with hashtags #ReadyFor #SeeTheTrophyNG.

Football and music have always been the right ingredients that stir human emotions across the globe. Nigerians should be looking forward to having loads of memorable fun at the Trophy Tour.