Indonesia Heads The Ball
Gareth Bale for Dua Kelinci Indonesia Heads the Ball
The year of football has truly begun. With its long association with the world of football, Dua Kelinci is continuing its commitment to Indonesia’s football lovers this year with Dua Kelinci Indonesia Heads the Ball.
This is Dua Kelinci’s third annual Loves Real Football event, and once again the company which is the official sponsor of Real Madrid has brought over a player from the Spanish team to follow on from his team-mates Luis Figo, who joined Dua Kelinci Indonesia Dribbles the Ball in 2011, and Xabi Alonso, star of Dua Kelinci Indonesia Passes the Ball in 2012. Welshman Gareth Bale, who moved to Real Madrid in July last year, will arrive in Indonesia at the end of May to thrill fans at Dua Kelinci Indonesia Heads the Ball in Jakarta.
The main concept of Dua Kelinci Indonesia Heads the Ball is to gather football lovers for a relaxed 5 kilometer jog with a soccer ball in Medan on May 4, Bandung on May 18, Jakarta on June 1, and in Makassar on June 15. The campaign is designed to motivate Indonesians to fall in love with football as a fun activity rather than a mere sport. Dua Kelinci Indonesia Heads the Ball will certainly encourage the talented young footballers who will be inspired by Gareth Bale to actively pursue their dreams of a career in the world’s most famous sport.
To open the Dua Kelinci Indonesia Heads the Ball campaign, Gareth Bale will host a light-hearted “hand dance” competition in which Indonesian football enthusiasts will attempt to copy the trademarked heart sign that the Real Madrid midfielder flashes to spectators every time he scores a goal. The winner will receive a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for an exclusive dinner with the soccer star.
About Gareth Bale
Welshman Gareth Bale has already achieved some prestigious accomplishments, including being named Player of The Year and Young Player of The Year by the Professional Footballers’ Association in 2013. In September 2013 he was transferred to Real Madrid for a fee rumored to be close to one hundred million Euros, earning him the nickname the World’s Most Expensive Transfer. Gareth Bale has made an important contribution to as an maker and as part of the goal-scoring “BBC Trio” with Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema.