The World Cup trophy makes a stopover in Cameroon

The World Cup trophy (Qatar-2022) arrived in Cameroon on Thursday, for a two-day stopover, before flying to Morocco and Tunisia.

After landing at Yaoundé-Nsimalen International Airport, the trophy made a stopover at the Ministry of Sports before being presented to Cameroonian Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute, at the Primature.

For the day on Friday, football fans will have the opportunity to take their picture near the trophy which will be installed at the multipurpose sports hall in Yaoundé where a giant concert will take place for this purpose. Several glories of Cameroonian football are expected for this event.

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At the end of its stay in Cameroon, the trophy will travel to Morocco on September 10 before concluding its journey on the continent in Tunisia on September 13 and 14.

Africa with its 5 nations qualified for the World Cup-2022 has been hosting this trophy since September 3rd. It was first of all Ghana which had the honor of hosting it. After Ghana, the trophy flew to Senegal where it stayed from September 6 to 8.

FIFA has organized the World Cup trophy tours since 2006.

With MAP

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