• Monday Oct 07, 2013

    President Webb welcomes FIFA World Trophy Cup to his hometown

    (Above Image)  President Webb with Members of the Legislative Assembly

     

    Grand Cayman – FIFA Vice President and CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb beamed with pride as he welcomed the FIFA World Cup Trophy to the Cayman Islands on Monday.

    “It is surreal to stand here next to the Cup that I dreamed of lifting when I was a boy and a player. The trophy symbolizes the pursuit of technical excellence and serves as a motivator to players globally. Hopefully it will continue to motivate young players in the Cayman Islands,” said President Webb.

    The FIFA World Cup will travel to 88 countries on its world tour including most of CONCACAF member nations.

    Track the World Cup on its tour at http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/organisation/trophy-tour/overview.html

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