The FIFA World Cup trophy returned to Spain for a day at this sixth fair, as part of the tour organized by FIFA to bring the two 32 countries that will face each other in November to this edition of this year, not Qatar.
Two world champions for Spain in 2010, where former coach Vicente del Bosque and former goalkeeper Íker Casillas were hosts and could tan more than once or win a trophy.
The captain of the Spanish team that won the title in South Africa and lifted the coveted trophy in Johannesburg after an impeccable performance in the final, with defenses as decisive as Andrés Iniesta’s goal against the Netherlands, was present at a ceremony in Madrid at which ele lembrou or momento da glória: “It was a dream I had since I was a child, I never wanted to be sick”.
Later, Del Bosque was present at a football tournament that was part of the Spanish program of the tour and was disputed by 200 children, before the docks he showed or the trophy he won in front of ‘Roja’.
Del Bosque also showed his support for current Spain manager Luis Enrique, in whom he hopes to enjoy “a great opportunity to repeat this title in two months”, noting that it will be the first History World Cup to be held. in the Middle-East.
After visiting the other countries included in the FIFA World Cup Trophy tour, or desired by the players, they will travel to Qatar to kick off the 22nd edition of the World Cup . The tournament will mark the 13th time that the cobiçado trophy in its current format, successor to the legendary Jules Rimet Cup, will be conquered – the first of the 1974 edition, in Germany.
The current trophy, described by FIFA President Gianni Infantino as “the most beautiful emblem that FIFA could dream of”, measures only 36.8 centimeters and weighs 6,175 kilos, or which does not get bigger or bigger. heavy, plus Our 18-karat gold and malachite rings on their fazem base give it the perfect aesthetic design to represent the maximum scepter of world football.
The creator of the trophy was the Italian sculptor Silvio Gazzaniga, who began to design it when he read, in 1970, that FIFA had definitively delivered Jules Rimet to Brazil after the conquest of the triple world championship and that the entity was looking for a substitution model between more than 53 escolhas from different countries. “I got stuck in my studio and didn’t leave two artists from Milan and went to work straight away,” he said years later.
“As the lines spring from the base, they are spiral and extend to encompass the world”, believes the sculptor himself, who died in 2016, to explain his project: “The dynamic tensions noted in the compact body of the sculpture emerge like the figures of two athletes no comovente gives victory”. On the basis, in turn, the champions of each edition are entered, but in 2030 not the centenary of the World Cup, nor the space for this purpose will be completed.
It is, without end and like Infantino bem descreveu, “a mythical object for players and for all football lovers”, and as such benefits from a treatment protocol specifically established to guarantee that the only people in the world that we can touch it, we will surely or erguê-lo be privileged that we will defeat the heads of state.
Além disso, he is the captain of the champion selection of the previous edition, as was the case of Fabio Cannavaro in Africa do Sul, in 2010, or responsible for accompanying the precious trophy for the last time, in a particular case , and to offer it is to his teams that we will play at the end, which will be held this time on December 18.
DESTINATION OF JULES RIMET.
To Jules Rimet, a cup awarded to the champions in 1970, named in honor of a former FIFA president, in solid silver covered with gold and weighing 30 centimeters and 4.5 kilos, whose parade was unknown, allegedly stolen from the former headquarters of the CBF, in the center of Rio de Janeiro, in December 1983.
More than that, it wasn’t the first time it was the taça or the center of a crime. In 1966, months before England conquered the World Cup, Jules Rimet, who played the Greek goddess of victory, Nike, was robbed in a British solo, while on display at Westminster Central Hall, in London. On occasion it was salvaged thanks to a lighthouse named Pickles and its owner, David Corbett. Os authors never found roubo forum. EFE