FIFA.com Club members have the unique opportunity to be a crucial part of the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 - which takes places from 17 June to 2 July across Russia - with the Be There With Hyundai Contest.
Launched today, the Be There With Hyundai contest gives fans the chance to share their voice and potentially win trips to the upcoming Confederations Cup where the continental champions across six confederations, along with the World Cup host nation and reigning world cup champions, will compete for the coveted Confederations Cup trophy.
The contest is only open to FIFA.com Club members. Not a member? Registration is fast and free. Register now!
All you have to do to participate in the Be There with Hyundai Contest is create and submit the perfect slogan to celebrate your favourite team that will be competing at the tournament. We’re looking for the most creative, emotional and positive messages you can dream up. Your team slogan needs to be worthy of representing your team on the official team bus. You can submit one slogan per team for as many teams as you like, giving you up to eight potential chances to win a trip to the tournament of champions. View the contest prizes.
Your team slogan could be on the official bus!
The winning contest submissions will be painted on the official team bus for each of the participating teams at the upcoming FIFA Confederations Cup. Submit your message, win the contest and your message of support will be seen by the entire world.
There are 8 Grand Prizes up for grabs. One for each team’s winning submission. The Grand Prize includes flights, accommodation and tickets to a match. The Grand Prize also includes the unbelievable opportunity to be a part of the official convey on a tournament match day. As part of the convoy you would be driven in a vehicle behind the team bus - which will be displaying your winning slogan – as it heads to the stadium for a matchday. Read more about the contest prizes.
|1 March||Submissions Open|
|30 March||Submissions close|
|18 April||Presentation of shortlist and voting opens|
|2 May||Voting closes|