June 26, 2013
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FIFA World Cup trophy to visit Fiji

The FIFA World Cup trophy will be on display at Lautoka’s Churchill Park in September.

Fiji FA chief executive Bob Kumar says they are planning a day’s public viewing on September 20 in conjunction with Coca Cola who are also FIFA sponsors.

“The trophy will be in the country on September 20 then leave for two other Pacific Island countries the next day,” Kumar said.

The visit is part of the 2014 Brazil World Cup promotion.

Meanwhile, Kumar confirmed plans to open a new window before the new season starts in September.

He said they will be making an announcement soon on the dates which is likely to happen in August.

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