The world Cup comes with different things. Male football lovers waste no time to watch their Football Stars triumph via their National teams. And on the other side, some girls out there are keenly glueing their eyes onto the Television screens to see which player looks better, who got the better muscles than the others etc..
However, in this ongoing world cup competition in Russia, there has been something new inducted to the Ladies minds that has not been in the previous tournaments. The Tattoos.!! As booze and women have formed part of the fixtures at this Russian World Cup 2018 to the side of men, and so Tattoos to Ladies and stylists.
Today, let’s look at some of the stunning arrays of tattoos featuring different designs that have become a point to note for those concerned.
Our Last on the list is Rommn Aureliano Torres who has been the captain of Panama national team in Russia that also didn’t survive elimination at the group stages.
The defender has tattoos commemorating his achievements in football, one of which shows him lifting the MSL Cup in 2016. Another one on the leg features the date of October 10, 2017, in roman numerals, which is the day Panama qualified for the World Cup for their first time in history.
Ricardo Andrade Quaresma Bernardo is a Portuguese winger playing for his country at ongoing the World Cup.
He is covered in tattoos, including a kiss mark on his neck. But it is the freaky eye on his right hand that is the most interesting. The media and everyone are still in search of the meaning of his two teardrops tattoo on his face.
Lionel Andrés Messi Cuccittini is an Argentine professional football forward who plays for Barcelona at club level. Despite living a humble life, the anticipated best world footballer of the past decade has some fascinating tattoos to show on the pitch. It is said that Messi took inspiration from his former teammate Dani Alves who is known for his full body tats.
He initially was afraid of the pain, so he got his girlfriend Antonella to get a tattoo first. And when he got his first tat there was no stopping. He has now collected some pretty impressive ink on his back, arm, and leg. Each of his tattoos has a personal significance for him. His very first tattoo was a portrait of his mother on his back, then he got the handprints of his newborn child tattooed on the calf of his left leg to celebrate fatherhood. On his leg, is a number 10 and the name of his son ‘Thiago’, to show his love for his jersey and his son.
Ederson Santana de Moraes is a Brazilian professional goalkeeper who plays for Premier League club Manchester City in the same position.
The 24-year old goalkeeper’s body is covered in tattoos, with an emoji behind his ear just one of a number of designs. The leg design appears to show Greek god Poseidon above other mythological images, and it’s meaning to the game is yet to be known.
Aron Einar Gunnarsson is an Icelandic professional midfielder who plays for Cardiff City at club level. The 29-year-old loves wearing tattoos, a thing which makes him distinct in his national team that couldn’t make it past the group stages.
He has the inking on both of his hands but the mother of it all is on his back. The back tattoo is a combination of Iceland’s national flag, a fierce bull, a war-bound bird and a warrior.
Currently the most expensive Footballer in history, Neymar da Silva Santos Junior, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays forward for French club PSG. The big fan of tattoos strongly relates to the ink work in style.
The tats largely make reference to his family and life experience. He got a crown on the finger to celebrate his marriage, ‘Love’ which he shares with his mum and dad, roman number IV next to his ear, which represents the number of his family members, his sister’s name gracing his hand among others.
Ramos is controversial Spanish skipper who plays as a defender for his national team and at club level, Real Madrid. His torso is absolutely packed out with ink, so it was only a matter of time before it eventually leaked onto his hands.
On his left hand, is a rose in full bloom and the year 2014 while the right-hand shows a number of different symbols, numbers and even measurements.
The star also has the Virgin Mary on his arm and a lion on his back.
Olivier Giroud is a French professional footballer who plays as a forward for English Premier League club Chelsea. The 31-year-old has tattoes on his right leg, right hand and the left hand.
Tattoos on his hands are biblical and family in nature. For instance, the writing on his right hand is in Latin meaning ‘God is my Shepherd’.
Fyodor Mikhaylovich Smolov is a Russian striker who plays for Krasnodar and the Russia national team.
Expressing oneself isn’t generally advised in Russia, but Smolov seems like he has nothing to fear with a raft of tattoos covering both of his arms and the back of his right hand. Vividly conspicuous on his right hand are the words ‘Love’ and ‘Free F510’.