This summer Canada, and Vancouver, is hosting the FIFA Women’s World Cup and with just 50 days to go the excitement is building. Leading up to kickoff on June 6th, Canadians can get up close and personal with the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ trophy ahead of the largest live spectator sporting event in our country’s history.
FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy Tour
The FIFA Women’s World Cup™ Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola launched its two-month, 12-city tour earlier this month in Ottawa. Travelling from coast-to-coast in celebration of soccer and women in sport, the tour will include several interactive and engaging elements, as well as surprises along the way – all in the spirit of setting the stage for the biggest FIFA Women’s World Cup to-date.
Fans will get a taste of the tournament at the custom-designed Fan Experience where they can go head-to-head with the Coca-Cola Robot Goalie, record a cheer for their favourite team, hang out in the FIFA locker room, play 16-person foosball or learn a trick or two from expert freestylers. The experience takes guests through the winner’s tunnel, which leads the way to the trophy display where fans will get their photo with the real FIFA Women’s World Cup™ Trophy. Afterwards, guests will cap off their experience with a perfectly served, limited edition aluminum bottle of ice-cold Coca-Cola.
Free reserved tickets are available online for trophy tour events.
Trophy Tour Dates
April 1, 2015: National kick-off Ottawa, ON
April 3-4, 2015: Ottawa, ON
April 9-12, 2015: Montreal, QC
April 15, 2015: Quebec City, QC
April 18-19, 2015: Halifax, NS
April 24-26, 2015: Moncton, NB
April 28, 2015: Kingston, ON
April 30, May 1 & 3, 2015: Toronto, ON
May 6, 2015: Hamilton, ON
May 8-10, 2015: Winnipeg, MB
May 16-18, 2015: Edmonton, AB
May 22-24, 2015: Calgary, AB
May 29-31, 2015: Vancouver, BC
The FIFA Women’s World Cup is the first major sporting event in Canada to be hosted from coast to coast, with matches to be played in Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Montréal, Québec and Moncton. Follow FIFA Women’s World Cup on Facebook and Twitter and follow Canada Women’s National Team soccer updates on Facebook and Twitter with tag #CANWNT.