Sponsors at the upcoming World Cup
The World Cup has finally arrived again with Russia set to host the competition. Excitement and anticipation is certainly building for fans around the World, who are hoping it could just be there team’s time for success. The event gathers are huge amount of attention which is why many companies will be looking to get involved as sponsorships in order to benefit from the event. So who are the sponsors and key non sponsors for the upcoming World Cup? Check out the infographic below to find this out and the benefits they can expect to receive from this.
Punters are focusing on World Cup betting 2018 with not long to go. The two most successful sides in the history of the tournament and again heading the betting in Brazil and Germany. Brazil are five time winners of the tournament but are unsuccessful since 2002 so will be hoping for better in Russia. They hosted the previous World Cup but could finish in fourth place which certainly went down as an underachievement for the team. They again look to be going in with one of the top squads and when you have the sublime talent on Neymar on your side you always have a chance. They also have attacking stars Willian and Jesus from Chelsea and Manchester City to further bolster their attacking line.
Germany have to go in as the team to beat in Russia. They are the defending Champions and can always be expected to bring their top form to the table. This is shown in the fact they have finished 1st, 3rd, 3rd and 2nd in the last four World Cup’s. With the incredible strength in depth and experience on the biggest stage they are going to be a threat for any time. They will again have the likes of Ozil and Muller in their side so will be a major threat to any time they play.
Could this be the year when England again lift a major trophy? Looking realistically it is probably a no but they go into the competition for the first time in memory with expectations low so could just surprise a few people. The squad has a lot of strength in depth and experience of playing in big games so fingers crossed they can push to the latter end of the tournament. The World Cup just cannot come soon enough!