Champions League trophy to visit Jamaica

first_imgJamaica will be the only Caribbean country to host one of world football’s most prestigious trophies, the UEFA Champions League Trophy, which will be presented in an official four day tour by Heineken from March 20 to 23. The exciting affair is set for stops in parishes across the island including Kingston, Clarendon, St Ann and St James. Heineken and its partners say that they are hoping to treat the public to what they describe as an ultimate fan experience. Heineken Brand Manager, Suwannee Stewart, told The Gleaner that The Heineken UEFA Champion League Trophy Tour will be an exciting fan powered tour, with Jamaicans set to be thrilled. “This means our fans tell us what they want, and we deliver,” he said. “Heineken International decided that this year, Jamaica would be the first stop on the Global Trophy Tour. For us, that means we start the race and you know how we Jamaicans get when it comes to sports,” reasoned Stewart. Stewart implores fans and consumers across the island to get involved, and salute the trophy. “We are also bringing an international superstar in the history of the UEFA Champion League; a star baller, and a great guy, who Jamaicans will love, from the moment he steps foot on Jamaican soil,” the brand manager revealed. VIP EXPERIENCE According to Stewart, Heineken has reached out to the Jamaica Football Federation’s (JFF) Captain Horace Burrell to have the JFF be a part of the experience. “We also extend the invite to the PLCA (Premier League Clubs Association), with whom we work closely in the local Red Stripe Premier League. We are inviting the heads of the top Clubs in the League to be a part of the VIP experience, and we carefully selected venues that we knew would connect with local football fans,” he explained. Following the Jamaican tour, other countries set to receive the trophy include; Panama, Colombia, Egypt, India and Vietnam.last_img read more

England vs Wales: Euro 2016 live stream commentary for 2pm kick-off

first_imgAll of England’s players trained ahead of the game, while Welsh supporters will be pleased to see Chris Coleman starting Joe Ledley and Hal Robson-Kanu.CONFIRMED ENGLAND LINE-UP: Hart; Walker, Smalling, Cahill, Rose; Alli, Dier, Rooney; Lallana. Kane, SterlingCONFIRMED WALES LINE-UP: Hennessey; Chester, A Williams, Davies, Gunter; Ledley, Allen, Taylor; Bale, Ramsey, Robson-KanuListen live, via talkSPORT.com, on radio (1053 or 1089AM, and DAB), on your television or through our app.READ: COMBINED ENGLAND AND WALES XI England v Wales is live on talkSPORT at 2pm England v Wales is live on talkSPORT at 2pm (BST) on Thursday, 16 June. Click here for live commentary from Lens.It’s the big one as far as fans are concerned.England v Wales is the game people in Britain have been waiting for and the pressure is all on England if you believe the boys in Wales’ camp.Gareth Bale and co. have been doing their best to ensure focus is on Roy Hodgson’s team, but on the pitch Wales have not beaten the Three Lions since 1984 and in the four games since, they’ve not been able to score. 2 2last_img read more