Nissan drives new UEFA Champions League Trophy Tour

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PARIS – Nissan, the “Engineers of Pleasure,” will mark the beginning of its fifth season as a number one UEFA Champions League accomplice by introducing the brand new and progressive UEFA Champions League Trophy tour to followers throughout the continent.

Central to Nissan’s journey throughout Europe would be the “Soccer Lab’ – a, 140 square-meter construction that may go to seven main UEFA Champions League cities, throughout 5 nations over the following three months. The Nissan “Soccer Lab” lab will first go to Dortmund in Germany.

The tour will then progress to different soccer hotbeds: London, Lyon, Paris, Turin, Barcelona and eventually Madrid, which is the host metropolis for this season’s UEFA Champions League last in June 2019.

“The UEFA Champions League Trophy Tour is a singular alternative for followers throughout Europe to be a part of the competitors,” mentioned Man-Laurent Epstein, UEFA Occasions SA Advertising and marketing Director. “We’re delighted to have Nissan on board, who’re displaying such an excessive amount of innovation and are offering such pleasure for the followers.”

Learn the entire launch right here.

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