Sunday, April 20, 2014

Emirates Introduces Global Ambassador – All Time Greats

As an Official FIFA World Cup Sponsor since 2006, Emirates wants to celebrate this partnership, the game, and the players by introducing its new Global Ambassador, Cristiano Ronaldo in a press conference held in Madrid, on March 28th 2014.

On the same day, Emirates also premiered its campaign video featuring the great moment of the superstar himself and the Brazilian legend Pelé, as they encounter and connect with fans in the Emirates A380 Onboard Lounge. The Emirates A380 Hub provides the lie-flat Business Class seats where you are exclusively able to socialize as well. 

The Ambassadors
• The winner of FIFA Ballon d’Or Award 2013, Ronaldo, will lead the Portuguese national team to Brazil to compete in his third tournament and his second as a captain. Playing for the Emirates-sponsored Real Madrid as a forward since 2009, He also had been named the UEFA Club Forward of the Year 2007.

 The first Emirates Global Ambassador, Pelé, is one of the most celebrated professional footballers in the world. Received FIFA Ballon d’Or Prix d’Honneur in 2013, Pelé is believed to be the best football player in the world.

Who's the greatest of all time?
Everyone has his or her own hero and favorite player. And many might have different views of who is the greatest footballer of all time. Whether it is Pelé, Ronaldo, or others, the debate will continue this summer during the World Cup.

So who's your all-time great? Starting on March 29th, share your thoughts and join the discussion on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram by using the hash tag #AllTimeGreats

For more information, please visit the Emirates page in this link.

About Emirates
As a long football supporter, Emirates had been involved in more than 200 sports events. This digital campaign shows Emirates’ passion to go beyond connecting people and connect them through sports and culture.

Operating daily flights from Dubai to Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, Emirates Airline connects Brazil and the South American continent to the world, facilitating trade and tourism with air transport links beyond Dubai to the Far East, Australia, the Middle East and Africa.

Note: This content is sponsored article.