World Cup trophy continues its tour in Bogota
Former French soccer start David Trezeguet unveiled the FIFA World Cup 2018 trophy in Bogota on Tuesday (April 3) as the trophy continued its world tour.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos was at the ceremony to present the trophy and called it a symbol that “represents something very important because sports unites sports.”
The trophy will be in Bogota for three days and will be exhibited at the El Campin stadium.
Bogota is the 45th country on the trophy’s tour. It was designed by sculptor Silvio Gazzaniga, is 36.8 centimetres tall, weighs more than 6 kilos and is mad in 18 karat gold.
Colombia face off against Japan in the World Cup on June 19.