These were the mascots for all the FIFA World Cup matches
The Pets It was present in all of them world Cup Since England in 1966 and with the special balls, they have given each one greater identity, folklore and a closeness to the masses.
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a cute lion Wearing a UK jersey and kicking the ball, he was the first World Cup mascot.
boy wearing a traditional hat The Mexican was the emblem of the World Cup that Brazil won under the leadership of Pele.
The Hint and repent brothersone tall and blond, the other short and stocky, served to represent the then separate East and West German Confederation.
His official name was “Mundialito” but people remember him more as “Gauchito” For his beanie hat and typical gaucho handkerchief.
an orange Typical of Andalusia, with a ball under her arm, the Spaniards chose her as the mascot of the World Cup.
a jalapeno pepper Wearing the Charo hat was the mascot for the second World Cup in Mexico. Legend has it that a wave of popularity with him was born in the stadiums because the fans shouted “Here comes Pique, and here comes Pique!” And they rose.
Good-bye It was a human figure made up of the cubes and colors of the Italian flag. His name was a reference to the Italian salutation.
The mascot for the first World Cup in the United States was created nothing less than l Warner Bros..
was around rooster, a representative animal of France, with the traditional colors of the flag. His name was chosen in a fan vote.
They were characters created by energy. Ato represents the coach and Kaz and Nick football players. His name was chosen on the Internet and in some McDonald’s restaurants.
His name consists of expressions “Go, go” and “Olé Olé”, Next to the word “target”.
It was a tiger, a very representative animal of Africa. His name means ten in various African languages.
armadillo She was the mascot for the World Cup in Brazil and her name was chosen in a vote in which Zoziko and Amigobe also participated.
I was Wolf Designed by a student and selected through an online vote.
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