FIFA Unveils $250,000 World Cup Final Ring
For the first time in their rich 80 year history, FIFA will release official World Cup Final rings. Columbian jeweler, Enrique Vasquez has agreed – after four years of convincing – to create 2,010 official rings for the international tournament.
Expertly handcrafted designs of soccer balls, stadiums, and flags of the 32 participating countries will adorn each bespoke ring. The personalized ring will cost between $2,500 and $250,000, as opposed to the 1,970 rings priced specifically at $2,500, which are constructed from gold, silver, and four emeralds.
Among the entire collection, Vasquez will donate one platinum ring to FIFA and one of the gold rings will be donated towards UNICEF, to commemorate their outstanding philanthropic achievements in helping disadvantaged children. In addition, FIFA will grant the World Cup’s Most Valuable Player with a specially crafted gold ring.