La Paz, Jan 20 – The World Cup Brazil 2014 will arrive today to Bolivia as part of its tour planned by the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) for 89 countries, so fans can see the reward of the future victor.
Deputy Sports Minister Miguel Angel Rimba reported Monday that President Evo Morales for the first time in the history of the national sport, will get their hands on the World Cup.
Bolivia is the country 61 that will visit the Cup since leaving Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) on 13 September, to go through the five continents.
FIFA has a rule that the most coveted prize of discipline can only be touched and lifted by players and coaches who were once world champions, and presidents of a nation if they want to.
Source: Prensa Latina