FIFA Under-17 World Cup 2017: Winner’s Trophy and Host City Logo Unveils

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Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal launched the host city logo of Guwahati for the upcoming FIFI Under-17 World cup on Saturday.

One of the semifinals of the Under-17 football World Cup’s venue is Guwahati. And this World Cup will be held from 6-28 October across six cities.

So, for the upcoming FIFA Under-17 World Cup host city logo of Guwahati is unveiled by the CM. and he also said that this World Cup will give real enjoyment to the youngsters.

The mechanisms and thoughts appropriate to the people of the region and complement the current FIFA Under-17 World Cup India 2017 Official Emblem is blended by the host city logo Guwahati.

Their aim is to make this occasion and event very special and it is the reality that it was the beginning of the Trophy Experience in Guwahati and Sonowal also shows the FIFA Under-17 World Cup Winner’s Trophy.

At the Indira Gandi Athletic Stadium on an occasion Sonowal said: “This is a big occasion for us, especially for the young population here, to be a venue for the FIFI Under-17 World Cup. I am happy to unveil the Winner’s Trophy because this particular World Cup will inspire the youngsters to play football, at a world stage.”

And the official trophy will be kept on Sunday, at the Judges Field for a Mission XI Million festival in the morning, and the time to show the trophy to the public is from 11 am onwards.

Tournament director, LOC FIFA U-17 World Cup, Javier Ceppi talking about the Guwahati Host City Logo and said: “We’re very happy to launch the Guwahati Host City Logo. The state government has been very supportive of the World Cup from the beginning and once again, they have reiterated that through the Host City Logo, they will further promote the tournament in Assam and the rest of the northeast.”

Last week the Trophy Experience was begun when the silverware awarded to the winner of each edition of the FIFA U-17 World Cup was brought to New Deli. And at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium and India Gate about 2.5 lakh people saw it.

And the second host city to welcome the Winner’s Trophy is Guwahati.

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