ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy Tour, driven by Nissan, to attempt 100-day voyage through England
The 100-day plan for the household leg of the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy Tour, driven by Nissan, has been declared today in front of its begin date on 19 February – when it will initiate its voyage over the length and broadness of England and Wales, covering a large number of miles and making stops in excess of 20 towns and urban communities.
The trophy, which will be lifted by the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup victors at Lord’s on 14 July, will be driven around England and Wales in a Nissan LEAF – Europe’s best moving electric vehicle (EV)* production this visit the main ICC Trophy Tour controlled by an all-electric vehicle.
“We’ve been working intently who guarantee that this Birmingham leg of the visit constructs energy among fans as well as gives a motivation to get more individuals of any age associated with cricket.” Ravi Masih
From extraordinary games and a cricket coordinate underground to an amusement park and a quintessential English town, the trophy is set for some interesting visits amid its time on visit, with its last stop on 29 May the day preceding the competition opener of England v South Africa at The Oval.
A great many fans have just gotten the opportunity to get a look at the trophy amid the worldwide leg of the visit, with cricketing legends, for example, Brian Lara, Tillakaratne Dilshan and VVS Laxman – just to give some examples – visiting it en route. The trophy has made stops at every one of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 partaking countries, with extra visits to nations in Europe and Africa, and to the extent Nepal and the USA. When the Trophy Tour achieves England and Wales, it will have visited 18 nations around the world.
Beginning on 19 February, the trophy will visit the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 Host Cities of London, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Nottingham, Leeds, Durham, Southampton, Cardiff and Taunton, halting off at each Host Venue.
While supporting the improvement of grassroots cricket by visiting each five star district, the Trophy Tour likewise expects to take cricket to new zones with stops at different towns and urban communities crosswise over England and Wales. The 100-day course exhibits a variety of various networks and celebrates multi-social Britain at its best.
There will be various open occasions all through the visit where fans will motivate the chance to draw near to the trophy, including three ‘Super Saturdays’ in Manchester, Birmingham and Bristol. These will consolidate music, uncommon visitors, excitement and a road cricket competition including nearby organizations, fan gatherings and general society.
The ICC will offer the opportunity for three fortunate fans to get an individual visit from the trophy amid the visit. Individuals from the general population can designate somebody who they feel has the right to be perceived for their commitment to cricket and the more extensive network to win a visit from the trophy. More subtleties can be found here.
Fans can finish the trophy’s voyage the Trophy Tour area of the ICC Cricket World Cup site. The intuitive guide will pursue the visit’s agenda, sketching out data about each stop. There will likewise be off camera content over all ICC Cricket World Cup advanced channels.
The full #CWCTrophyTour plan, driven by Nissan, can be seen here.
ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 Managing Director, Steve Elworthy stated: “Today is another immense achievement in our voyage to the Cricket World Cup, as we report the 100-day Trophy Tour crosswise over England and Wales.
“We have seen a unimaginable reaction from supporters as it’s advanced far and wide, visiting networks over various nations.
“The commencement to the competition will feel genuine when the trophy touches base in England and Wales, and we anticipate it visiting some famous and extraordinary areas previously the opening match on 30 May.
“We’d likewise prefer to express gratitude toward Nissan for all their responsibility in conveying the Trophy Tour, it would not be conceivable without their assistance and support.”
Ravi Masih, Head of Community Engagement at Edgbaston Stadium, stated: “The response to the five ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup diversions at Edgbaston has been fabulous and we’re excited to get the trophy to fans Birmingham over these three days in April.
“We’ve been working intimately with the competition conveyance group, Birmingham City Council and other nearby partners to guarantee that this Birmingham leg of the visit assembles fervor among fans as well as gives a motivation to get more individuals of any age associated with cricket.”
Nicolas Verneuil, Marketing Director, Nissan Motors GB, stated: “We’re pleased to be a piece of the main ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy Tour driven by an all-electric vehicle – Europe’s top of the line in fact* – the Nissan LEAF.
“As our saint electric vehicle – LEAF encapsulates vitality, energy and fervor – every one of the segments required for an effective Cricket World Cup! We can hardly wait to flaunt its Nissan Intelligent Mobility certifications as we take it for a ‘turn’ the country over and get fans amped up for electric portability.”