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FOOTBALL: Jamaicans to get rare look at World Cup Trophy

Published:Friday | August 23, 2013 | 8:05 AM

Jamaica will be the first stop during the Caribbean leg of the nine-month long FIFA World Cup Trophy tour by Coca-Cola on October 5 and 6.



The FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola will give more than one million people across the world the chance to experience the FIFA World Cup Trophy in their own communities.



The trophy will make a first ever appearance in the region at the National Indoor Sports Complex in Kingston on Sunday, October 6.



The tour is an exhibition of the real one of a kind, solid-gold FIFA World Cup Trophy.



The event will allow fans to enjoy a rare close-up view of world football’s greatest prize.



The tour officially starts in Brazil on September 9 and will make the first international stop there, before travelling to the south Pacific, to then get to Jamaica on October 5 and 6.



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