Argentina is taking on Portugal on Saturday to become the first team to take part in the 2022 World Cup.
The team’s new trophy, the gold medal, is set to be presented to the team’s captain, Diego Pablo Simeone.
The trophy, which has been handed out at a ceremony in Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires, has been designed by renowned Spanish designer Alberto Zoneta.
The gold medal was awarded to Argentina by FIFA, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.
The Brazilian team is also celebrating its 200th anniversary, and this year’s World Cup, which Brazil is currently leading, is being staged in Brazil.
The World Cup itself, which was held in South Africa, is due to be held in Canada from Aug. 6-9.
Argentina is the first country to host the World Cup since South Africa in 2010.
The host country will be Brazil, with hosts Germany, Netherlands and Spain as well as the United States and the Netherlands.
Argentina will play in the final of the 2018 Copa América, a tournament held in the Americas, which kicks off in 2018.
The tournament is considered one of the most prestigious in South America.
FIFA’s vice president of soccer, Michael Garcia, is in charge of the tournament.
“We will be the first to welcome this World Cup to Argentina and this country,” Garcia said in a statement.
“This is an unprecedented event, and it is a tremendous occasion for our nation and for sport.”