This key visual asset of the Women’s U20 FIFA World Cup to be held on PNG soil was unveiled as a key milestone on the road to the November Women’s U20 FIFA World Cup, and one that the host country is extremely proud to share with the world.The emblem blends unique attributes of the FIFA World Cup and of Papua New Guinea as host nation. The creative inspiration for the emblem was drawn from both PNG’s geographical regions and its heritage.Speaking at the event, Prime Minister, Peter O’Neill said, “Hosting the World Cup is a dream come true for sports in PNG.”“We’ve tried to capture that picture of the event in the Official Emblem. The World Cup will change our country and will present a new, modern PNG to the whole world,” O’Neill said.“I’m sure that staging an event of this magnitude will be something that will linger in the hearts of the people of PNG, and in the hearts of fans right around the world.”The Official Emblem, which will now become the visual heart of the 2016 Women’s U20 FIFA World Cup Papua New Guinea will soon be supported by further event brand assets including the Official Slogan “To Inspire, To Excel”, and also the official Mascot, which is due to be presented soon.
Adam Reaburn, General Manager at Moose FM, says “response to this event has been overwhelming and camping at Peace Island Park sold out in just a few days after the event was announced”.Festival goers will be able to camp at Big Bam Ski Hill all weekend for only $40 per unit. There will also be a shuttle all day, July 18, to help move people to and from the campground. Plus, funds from this will go towards the Big Bam Ski Hill to help the non-profit group to make improvements to the hill.You can purchase your camping site online at www.canolafest.com/camping or by calling Moose FM at 250-787-7100. There are only a limited number of spaces available.Less than 200 tickets left- Advertisement -Tickets have been selling fast with less than 200 tickets left. Tickets will not be sold the day of the event. Tickets are only $55 for adults, $25 for youth and children under seven are free. Tickets can be purchased at Moose FM, online at www.canolafest.com or by calling 250-787-7100.The first year of CanolaFest will feature Canadian Country act the Road Hammers on the Badger Daylighting Main Stage. Plus over 10 musicians from all over the Peace will perform. Plus we have to say a special thank you to our equipment sponsor Peace Country Rentals for helping to provide equipment for the event.Founding Partners of Canola Fest, Sound in Town and Moose FM, hope to make this an annual event that brings in some of the biggest names in Canadian music and showcases the amazing talent in the B.C. Peace.Advertisement
Jurgen Klopp thinks Liverpool face a daunting task in their bid to retain the Champions League title this season given the “crazy” depth of quality in the competition.Klopp has led Liverpool to back-to-back Champions League finals but is adamant that their impressive recent track record does not make them the title favourites. “I will have no problem with it (reaching the final) if it happens again, but at this moment I am not too sure it will,” the German coach told British media.”We have the same chance like everyone else, but that is all, and I don’t see us, the English teams, dominating. I really think a lot of teams have a good chance.”Liverpool are among the top seeds in Pot One along with Chelsea, Barcelona, Manchester City, Juventus, Bayern Munich, Paris St Germain and Zenit St Petersburg for the Champions League group stage draw, which takes place later on Thursday.The quality of teams in the second pot – which includes Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund – have convinced Klopp there is no need to change the format of the competition when the current cycle ends in 2024.”I don’t think there was ever a stronger Pot Two. It is just crazy,” the German added. “They should all be in Pot One, but there is not enough space there.”I don’t think there was ever a stronger Pot Three. If people really think about this kind of Super League, then you don’t need it. That’s it. Then Pot Four you can get RB Leipzig – wow!”Klopp expects Liverpool to face stiff competition from a number of heavyweights as they bid for a seventh European crown.While Juventus, Barcelona, PSG and Dortmund looked to fine-tune their squads in the transfer market, Real Madrid and Bayern have recruited heavily.”Look at the squad Borussia Dortmund has and tell me we are stronger than them. That is incredible,” Klopp added.”There are a lot of quality teams: Juventus will be there, PSG will be there. Real Madrid? Do you think they gave up already? Bayern Munich now finally brought in (Ivan) Perisic and (Philippe) Coutinho which is a big boost.” Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. barcelonabayern munichborussia dortmundchampions league First Published: August 29, 2019, 4:27 PM IST