The Official Mascot of the FIFA Futsal World Cup Lithuania 2021™ moved his way into fans’ souls and on to online media today.
Ivartito indicated his moves and his character in a computerized dispatch including movement by a nearby move studio. The youthful stork’s energetic excitement shone as he moved around the three host urban areas: Vilnius, Klaipeda, and Kaunas, making stops at the sensational Gediminas Castle, a pleasant Baltic sea shore, and Nemunas Island, in the core of Kaunas.
As mascot, Ivartito is a supporter for the competition and the game, carrying transparency and enthusiasm to all that he does. His benevolent nature makes him an extraordinary cooperative person and his name – taken from the Lithuanian word for objective “įvartis” – is a gesture to the relentless, high-scoring nature of futsal. The stork has been the public winged animal of Lithuania since 1973 and is an image of the nation’s biological assorted variety and common magnificence. Storks are additionally thought to bring agreement, satisfaction, and karma.
“Official Mascots are special assets that create an emotional connection with our audience. Ivartito’s youthful exuberance makes him an ideal ambassador for this event, encouraging everyone he meets to share his joy and passion for futsal,” said Jean-François Pathy, FIFA’s Director of Marketing. “Futsal is an exciting, fast-paced and skilful sport that can be played and enjoyed by all; we hope this mascot will encourage Lithuanian fans of all ages to join us pitchside this time next year.”
“We are very happy to share the rhythm and this good news after so many months of the pandemic,” said Lithuanian Football Federation General Secretary Edgaras Stankevicius. “As you can see, the postponement of the event to 2021 does not mean that work has stopped.”
“Personally, I like the mascot a lot! Ivartito has come to Lithuania with his special dance, which we hope everyone will try,” included Stankevicius.
Fans and futsal sweethearts everywhere on over the world are welcome to challenge themselves by evaluating Ivartito’s move moves.
The FIFA Futsal World Cup Lithuania 2021™ will occur from 12 September to 3 October. More data can be found on FIFA.com/futsalworldcup.