Hyundai began its association with FIFA in 1999 and will continue to be a top-tier sponsor of FIFA as the Automotive Official Partner until 2022.
Hyundai will commit to support all FIFA competitions including the next FIFA World Cups, Confederations Cups, Women’s World Cups, U20 and U17 World Cups.
The FIFA Interactive World Cup is the largest virtual football tournament in the world, in which players from all corners of the globe compete. The Grand Final of the 2013 edition of the tournament will be held in Madrid from May 6 to 8.
As an official FIFA Partner, Hyundai Motor Company will deliver 8 official vehicles to play a major role as the ground transportation provider of the tournament. Hyundai Motor Company will invite 40 guests to this exciting and entertaining Grand Final Event, providing a great chance to meet world-class football players and to enjoy the festival.
The FIFA U-20 World Cup 2013 in Turkey will be the nineteenth edition of its kind.
The FIFA U-20 World Cup is a championship for national teams of male players
under the age of 20. It is considered as the first ground where young players rise to become football superstars.
As an official FIFA Partner, Hyundai Motor Company will provide 112 official tournament
vehicles accompanied by various marketing promotions for fans including ticket promotions.
Hyundai Motor Company, the proud FIFA Partner is looking forward to another successful FIFA World Cup
Hyundai Motor Company, the proud FIFA Partner is looking forward
to another successful FIFA World Cup
Hyundai Motor Company, the proud FIFA Partner is
looking forward to another successful FIFA World Cup
|2012||08.19~09.08||FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup (Japan)|
|05.21~05.23||FIFA Interactive World Cup (Dubai)|
|2011||06.18~07.14||FIFA U-17 World Cup (Mexico)|
|06.26~07.17||FIFA Women’s World Cup (Germany)|
|07.29~08.20||FIFA U-20 World Cup (Colombia)|
|09.01~09.11||FIFA each Soccer World Cup (Italy)|
|2010||06.11~07.11||FIFA World Cup (South Africa)|
|07.13~08.01||FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup (Germany)|
|09.05~09.25||FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup (Trinidad and Tobago)|
|2009||09.24~10.16||FIFA U-20 World Cup (Egypt)|
|10.24~11.15||FIFA U-17 World Cup (Nigeria)|
|11.16~11.22||FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup (UAE)|
|2008||07.17~07.27||FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup (France)|
|09.30~10.19||FIFA Futsal World Cup (Brazil)|
|10.28~11.16||FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup (New Zealand)|
|11.09~12.07||FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup (Chile)|
|2007||09.10~09.30||FIFA Women’s World Cup (China)|
|06.30~07.22||FIFA U-20 World Cup (Canada)|
|11.02~11.11||FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup (Brazil)|
|2006||08.17~09.03||FIFA U-20 Women’s World Championship (Russia)|
|06.09~07.09||FIFA World Cup (Germany)|
|2005||12.10||FIFA World Cup Final Draw|
|09.16~10.02||FIFA U-17 World Championship|
|06.15~06.29||FIFA Confederations Cup (Germany)|
|06.10~07.02||FIFA World Youth Championship (Netherlands)|
|2004||11.21~12.05||FIFA Futsal World Championship (Taiwan)|
|11.10~11.27||FIFA U-20 Women’s World Championship (Thailand)|
|2003||01.27~12.19||FIFA World Youth Championship (UAE)|
|09.21~10.12||FIFA Women’s World Cup (USA)|
|08.13~08.30||FIFA U-17 World Championship (Finland)|
|07.17~07.22||FIFA Confederations Cup (France)|
|2002||05.31~06.30||FIFA World Cup (Korea/Japan)|
|2001||06.17~07.08||FIFA World Youth Championship (Argentina)|
|05.30~06.10||FIFA Confederations Cup (Korea/Japan)|
|04||FIFA U-17 World Championship (Trinidad & Tobago)|
|2000||11||FIFA Futsal World Championship (Guatemala)|
|1999||11||FIFA U-17 World Championship (NewZealand)|
|07||FIFA Confederations Cup (Mexico)|
|06.19~07.10||FIFA Women’s World Cup (USA)|
|04||FIFA World Youth Championship (Nigeria)|