What are the world cup mascots
the quadrennial world cup is coming. In boiling June, the world cup will make the whole of Russia boil. Everyone knows that the world cup has a mascot. What is the mascot of the 2018 World Cup and the mascot of the world cup over the years? Come and have a look at Xiaobian's collection. It's very detailed and complete. You can collect it quickly.
Willy, the mascot of the 1966 World Cup in Britain (the first mascot of the world cup)
Willy is the mascot of the 8th World Cup held in Britain in 1966. From the beginning of this world cup, there has been a World Cup mascot. Because the England team is known as the three lions corps, the mascot is a human lion, integrating fashion and tradition. As soon as Willy was launched, it was immediately loved by fans all over the world. The mascot has been adopted by the world cup organizers since then, but who is the author of Willy has always been a mystery, so let it always be mysterious.
the mascot of the 1970 World Cup in Mexico - juanite or Juanito
This is the image of a boy wearing a traditional Mexican straw hat, wearing shorts, showing his navel and embracing a big football. The English name of the mascot is Juanito, and there are two Chinese translation names, juanite or Juanito. The mascot was also opposed and criticized by Mexican people at that time because his coat showed his belly button. But the designer had his own words, and finally the 1970 World Cup mascot adopted it.
the mascot of the 1974 World Cup in Germany -- two German children, TIPP and TAPP
TIPP and TAPP are wearing black and White Jerseys. The jerseys are not printed with the logo of Germany. Their chests are written with "WM" and "74", WM represents the German World Cup (weltmeisterschaft), and 74 is the year. They are tall, short, fat and thin. Although the two sides have different shapes, they appear together on every occasion, inseparable, symbolizing friendship and peace. This is the only world cup with two characters as mascots so far.
1978 Argentina: World Cup mascot -- young Gauchito gaucheto
this is a man wearing a hat, Wearing Argentine team uniforms and playing football, this is also the third consecutive mascot designed in human image in the history of the world cup. The young man's lively expression actually reflects the Argentine people's desire for vigorous development.
the mascot of the 1982 Spanish World Cup: orange naranjito naranjito
because the Spanish grow a lot of oranges, When choosing the mascot in the world cup, we chose this distinctive orange. The lively smiling face symbolizes the enthusiasm and optimism of the Spaniards. The football representative in his hand welcomes the arrival of the world cup. But the latter represents a romantic orange. Because Spain's performance is not ideal, it has become the vent of some fans. Oranges are thrown everywhere.
pique anthropomorphic pepper, the mascot of the 1986 World Cup in Mexico
The 13th World Cup in 1986 was held in Mexico for the second time. This time, their mascot is a lovely anthropomorphic pepper, because pepper is a major specialty of Mexico. The representative Mexican straw hat on Pike's head still hasn't changed. The green comic pepper body is also equipped with a red coat, which is very eye-catching.
1990 World Cup in Italy - ciao
the 14th World Cup in 1990 was held in Italy, They launched the World Cup mascot with innovative methods, combined a human shape with their own national flag red, white and green, and built blocks. They use football as their head, which is particularly creative and echoes the world cup. It is a very good design.
cartoon dog shooter, the mascot of the 1994 World Cup in the United States
Americans love cartoons, Both adults and children have a unique love for cartoons, so he a cartoon dog to be the mascot of the world cup, and uses the color of the national flag to make the coat of the cartoon dog. The arrogance of the cartoon dog's face symbolizes American self-confidence. Stepping on football is also a domineering and very cute cartoon dog, which also adds a wind color to the world cup.
footix rooster fortix, the mascot of the 1998 World Cup in France
the 15th World Cup in 1998 was held in France, They launched a passionate human like cheering and jumping Rooster named fortix as the mascot of this world cup. Although many people opposed it, this passionate and fighting Rooster also left good memories for the world cup.
the mascot of the 2002 World Cup in Japan and South Korea - three fictional elves
the 2002 World Cup, It was the only time that two countries reported the world cup together. Their mascot was a little out of the theme. It was composed of three fictional elves from space, composed of three colors of yellow, blue and purple, with a strong oriental color. The football obtained by the three hands echoed the world cup. Therefore, although it was unclear at the beginning, it was finally recognized by everyone.
Goleo VI, the mascot of the 2006 World Cup in Germany
The 2006 World Cup was held in Germany, and their mascot was also a lovely talking lion. Goleovi was the first "live" after the mascot was set up in the 1966 World Cup The mascots of the previous World Cup were cartoon symbols, so goleovi, who can speak, sing and dance, brought surprises to people as soon as it appeared, but there were also many opposition voices, because the lion is not a favorite symbolic animal in Germany, and the translation of the name is medicine, which also has a little conflict with the provisions of the world cup. Of course, everything is beneficial and insufficient Finally, because of its loveliness, its uniqueness was recognized by the majority of fans.
The mascot of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa - the little leopard Zakumi
as the mascot of the world cup in South Africa, the little leopard "Zakumi" greeted the guests with a football and invited Expo visitors from home and abroad to celebrate the upcoming "fan Festival" What is different about Zakumi is that Zakumi has a birthday on June 16, 1994, which is the day when South Africa's apartheid policy came to an end. It is of great significance for South Africa to launch the little leopard Zakumi at such an important moment as the world cup, so it has the strong support of its own people and symbolizes solemnity, equality and peace.
the mascot of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil -- the three color armadillo fuleco
The last World Cup in 2014 was held in Brazil. The mascot they launched was armadillo (also known as armored mouse). Armadillo is an endangered and rare animal in Brazil. It is used as a mascot to represent the treasure of the world cup. It also hopes that people all over the world will support environmental protection issues, which has a certain historical significance.
the mascot of the 2018 Russian World Cup - the wolf "zabiwaka"
The 2018 World Cup is coming and will be held in Russia. The prototype of the mascot of this world cup is a Siberian plain wolf, zabiwaka, which means "scorer" in Russian It is amazing that the selection of mascots first referred to the opinions of Russian children, and college students participated in the design. It can be seen that Russia attaches great importance to students. It also represents the development of the world, and our new generation plays a very important role.