Are you looking for name and images of 2018 FIFA World Cup Mascot? The official mascot for the Football World Cup of Russia has been unveiled. Here we are providing you free name and free pictures of the Official Mascot. Since the edition of FIFA 1966, each FIFA World Cup has its own Mascot. Host nation Russia has announced the name of Mascot. You may like to see the list of all 36 FIFA World Cup officials. Out of three Mascots: Wolf, Tiger, and Cat, Wolf was selected as the official Mascot for the competition. It was picked up by voting in which more than 1 million participated.
What is the name of FIFA World Cup 2018 Mascot?
Zabivaka is the official Mascot for 2018 FIFA World Cup.
On 21st October 2016, a wolf named Zabivaka was picked up as the Mascot for this World Cup. Zabivaka refers to “the one who scores”. Representing an anthropomorphic wolf with brown and white wool T-shirt with the words “RUSSIA 2018” and orange sports glasses. The combination of white, blue and red T-shirt and shorts are the national colors of the Russian team. The Wolf scored 53% of votes, ahead of 27% for Tiger and 20% for Cat.
See also: New teams in 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Willie was the first ever FIFA World Cup Mascot in 1966 which was held in England. In the last edition of Football World Cup, Fuleco was the official World Cup in Brazil. Let’s have a look at previous Mascots in each Football World Cup.
List of all FIFA World Cup Mascots:
|FIFA World Cup||Mascot[s] Name||Symbol|
|West Germany 1974||Tip and Tap||Two Boys|
|Spain 1982||Naranjito||Orange Fruit|
|Mexico 1986||Pique||Jalapeno Pepper|
|Italy 1990||Ciao||Stick Figure|
|United States 1994||Striker, the World Cup Pup||Dog|
|South Korea / Japan 2002||Ato, Kaz, and Nik||Computer Generated Creatures|
|Germany 2006||Goleo VI and Pille||Lion|
|South Africa 2010||Zakumi||Leopard|
|Brazil 2014||Fuleco||Brazilian Armadillo|
FIFA World Cup 2018 Mascot Wallpapers
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