ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Trophy Tour of 100 days Driven by Nissan Begins Its Journey
Hundreds of counties of the county have been announced to be inspired after the 100-day program for the domestic leg of the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy Tour, sponsored by Nissan.
This program already arrives before the start date on February 19 – when it will start its journey in length and breadth of England and Wales, will cover thousands of miles and will stop at more than 20 towns and cities.
The trophy, which will be played by the winners of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup at Lord’s on July 14, will be played around a Nissan LEAF – Europe’s best-selling electric vehicle (EV) * – in which the tour will become the first ICC. Trophy Tour operated by an all-electric vehicle.
From extreme sports and from a cricket match to the theme park and a quintessential English village, trophy tours are scheduled for some unique trips during their time, whose final stop was before the tournament opener of England’s South Africa on 29 May. is. Oval in
On March 4, in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Trophy, some junior members of Somerset CCC will be taken to several schools across the county before taking center stage in the Special Cricket Fun sessions.
The next day the trophy will visit the West Somerset Railway from where he will go back to Taunton, where he will visit one of the city’s schools before going on a normal demonstration.
Along with cricket legends like Brian Lara, Tillakaratne Dilshan, and VVS Laxman, thousands of fans already have the chance to see a glimpse of the trophy. The trophy has created a stop to every country participating in ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019, where the countries of Europe and Africa have traveled extras, and as far as Nepal and America are concerned. As long as the trophy tour reaches England and Wales, it has been visiting 18 countries around the world.
Starting on 19 February, this trophy will travel to the host cities of London, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Nottingham, Leeds, Durham, Southampton, Cardiff, and Taiwan, hosted by ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019, will stop at each hosted place.
Supporting the development of grassroots cricket by visiting every first-class county, the goal of the trophy tour is to take cricket in new areas with the stop in other cities and cities of England and Wales. The 100-day route shows an array of different communities and celebrates multi-cultural Britain in its best form.
There will be many open incidents throughout the tour, where fans will get a chance to get close to the trophy, which includes ‘Manchester City, Birmingham and three days Superstreet’ in Bristol. This music will add to the road cricket tournament involving special guests, entertainment and local businesses, fan groups and the public.
ICC will provide three lucky fans an opportunity to travel personally with the trophy during the tour. Members of the public can nominate any person who qualifies them to be recognized for the wider community to win their contribution in cricket and trophy. More details can be found here.
ICC Cricket World Cup website can follow the travel trophy tour through the trophy tour section. The interactive map will follow the outline of the information about each stop, the program of travel. All ICC Cricket World Cup digital channels will also have back and forth content.
Full #CWCTrophyTour schedule powered by Nissan can be seen.
Steve Elworthy, Managing Director of ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 said: “Today cricket is another big milestone in our journey of the World Cup, as we announce a 100-day trophy tour in England and Wales.
“We have seen incredible reactions of supporters while touring the communities of many countries because it has made its way across the world.
When the trophy arrives in England and Wales, the countdown to the tournament will be very realistic, and we will be touring some of the prestigious and special places before the starting match on May 30.
“We want to thank Nissan for all our commitment in giving a trophy tour, it will not be possible without your help and support.”
Somerset CCC CEO Andrew Cornish said: “There is really respect for playing an active role within the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. As a whole, the tournament is definitely going to be one to remember, and the trophy tour will play a big role in it.
“To be able to give local people, and especially to local children, the opportunity to interact with such a prestigious trophy is indeed a money-not-purchase experience and we actually spread the word about this incredible Tournament is excited about being able to. ”
Nissan Vernal, marketing director, Nissan Motors GB, said: “We are very happy to be part of the first ICC Cricket World Cup trophy tour powered by an all-electric vehicle – Europe’s best-selling fact * – Nissan LEAF
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