Each sport has its own unique means of moving the ball or puck up and down the field of play. Baseball has the least amount of direct contact with the ball among all players, while soccer and hockey involve each person getting a touch as players work as a team to move the ball or puck toward the opposing goal. The dribbling design in the FIFA Women’s World Cup release highlights the use of one’s feet in this sport. The 2019 10 Euro Silver FIFA Women’s World Cup Dribbling Proof Coin is currently available to you for purchase online at Silver.com.
- Coins ship to you inside of individual protective capsules!
- Third of four designs available in this series!
- Mintage limited to 10,000 coins only!
- Consists of 22 Grams, or .7317 Troy ounces, of actual silver content.
- Issued a face value of 10 Euros by France.
- The national flags of the winning nations accompany the Women’s World Cup trophy on the obverse.
- On the reverse is the image of a player dribbling the ball down the field.
- Issued by the Paris Mint.
The new 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup coin collection is available in silver and gold with bullion and proof versions of the coins available across a range of weights. Issued by the Paris Mint, the coins celebrate both the 8th installment of the FIFA Women’s World Cup in the summer of 2019 and France’s first opportunity to host the tournament.
While the 2019 10 Euro Silver FIFA Women’s World Cup Coins are offered initially inside of protective packaging by the mint, there are also themed presentation boxes available. If you wish, you can purchase individual boxes or 4-coin box sets with a FIFA Women’s World Cup design theme to house your coins.
On the obverse side of 2019 Silver FIFA Women’s World Cup Coins is the image of the World Cup trophy awarded to the winner of the women’s tournament. The national flags to the right-hand side represent the nations that have hoisted that trophy so far since the tournament debuted in 1991.
France is the third European nation to host the FIFA Women’s World Cup behind Sweden, which hosted the second tournament in 1995, and Germany, which hosted the tournament in 2011. North America is the only other region to have hosted three times, with the United States hosting back-to-back tournaments in 1999 and 2003, and Canada hosting the most recent tournament in 2015.
The reverse face of 2019 10 Euro Silver FIFA Women’s World Cup Dribbling Coins includes the image of a player dribbling the ball down the field. Soccer is known to the rest of the world as football because players are only allowed to move the ball up and down the field with their feet by dribbling.
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