FIFA World Cup Trophy unveiled at Moscow's central square
The FIFA World Cup trophy was unveiled on Moscow's Red Square on Sunday. Thousands of fans were able to see the famous trophy, which will be awarded to the winner of the 2018 World Cup in Moscow on July 15.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup will begin on June 14, in Russia, with the game between the host and Saudi Arabia.
With the less than two weeks from the beginning of the football spectacle of the year, we got ourselves a first glimpse at the trophy.
The well-known FIFA golden trophy has been revealed at Luzhniki Stadium (Moscow) by Lothar Matthaus, who won the Cup with Germany, in 1990.
He was accompanied by Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin and tournament ambassador Liasan Tuiasheva.
Matthaus said: I'm very proud that I can present to you this special trophy here in Moscow. The World Cup is a special event across the world. From South America to Africa to Scandinavia, football players will gather in Russia. From June 15 to July 15, Russia will be the centre of the world.