The Danone Nations Cup announces winners of the World Finals
After demonstrating excellence in sport, Spain took home the 2019 girls' cup and Mexico took home the 2019 boys' cup in front of thousands of spectators and our global ambassadors Carles Puyol, Amanda Dlamini and Pr. Muhammad Yunus.
By: Danone Nations Cup
The champions from the Danone Nations Cup are Spain for the 2019 girls' cup and Mexico for the 2019 boys' cup. France girls' team will bring the 2018 trophy back to their country and Brazil came out top for the 2018 boy's cup!
A life-changing experience empowering kids to build a better future together
Meeting cultures and traditions from all corners of the globe, the Danone Nations Cup players have been educated throughout the tournament on the importance of healthy hydration and nutrition habits as well as on how to protect the planet's resources.
The Danone Nations Cup selected access to safe drinking water as its key cause to support throughout this year's tournament. Working with partners such as the Watering Minds Foundation as well as Nobel Peace Prize laureate and social business leader Pr. Muhammad Yunus, the Danone Nations Cup has to date provided funding to support projects for safe access to water for 30,000 children in schools in India. A number of challenges have also been carried out including the Change The Game challenge, which was won by Argentina and Germany for even more projects to be supported.
The road to Indonesia!
We're excited to unveil that the Danone Nations Cup 2020 edition will take place in Indonesia. This will be the first time the Danone Nations Cup will be held in Asia and Indonesia is home to thriving Danone Nations Cup local tournaments. Local tournaments will start at country level before the World Final in late 2020.