Hublot fits out the players, times and supports the most prized charity match in Europe
75th edition of the Monaco Grand Prix kick started with friendly football match.
The World Stars Football Match Monaco has been taking place every year for 25 years on the fringe of the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix. The Friendly match gathering around thirty celebrities and sports stars on the pitch. Was led by H.S.H. Prince Albert II, the AS Star Team for Children combined the speed of the motorcycle racer Loris Capirossi, the Italian cyclist Claudio Chiapucci with the tactics of the international footballers such as William Gallas, Marco Simone, Olivier Dacourt, LudovicGiuly, Patrice Loko and Francesco Toldo.
The team of H.S.H Prince Albert II held their own against the World F1 Drivers Association with a score of 2-1. A team bringing together all the talent and performances of leading drivers such as Mika Häkkinen, Mick Schumacher, Daniel Ricciardo, to name but a few, united alongside the driver Felipe Massa. The Swiss watchmaker, Hublot proudly showcased its colours, at the stadium, on the pitch, and also in the streets of the principality, as the official timekeeper for the match. It shared the billing on a hundred kakemonos with Ferrari, its long-term partner, with the special edition of the watch, Big Bang Ferrari. Hublot saw its spirit floating across the entire principality.
Big Bang Ferrari comes with a 45mm case, automatic flyback chronograph with column wheel movement, manufactured in-house by Hublot. The watch is 100 metre water resistant with an engraved Ferrari appliqué on the dial.