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Lopez: Red hair for all if Spain win the World Cup

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02 Nov 2019
Spain’s Javi Lopez keeping things tight at the backHairdressing is his favourite hobbySpain round off their group stage against Cameroon Have you ever wondered why most footballers have such sharp haircuts, even when they are away from home for several weeks at tournaments and cannot visit their favourite barber? Sure, the best in the world might fly their trusty stylists in to do the job, but what about everybody else?
If players are very lucky, they might have a versatile team-mate in their midst – someone like Javi Lopez, who is currently playing for Spain at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Brazil. "Yes, it’s true," the defender told with a laugh. "If we’re away from home together for a long time, I do it for the team. I don’t have any particular background in it – nobody in my family is a hairdresser. I just enjoy it, and everyone thinks it’s great."

Estadio Kleber Andrade

Located in Cariacica, a municipality in the metropolitan region of Gran Vitoria, the Estadio Estadual Kleber José de Andrade was opened in 1983
Originally the property of Rio Branco Atletico Clube, in 2008 it came under state ownership. Refurbished for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™, it was used by Cameroon as their training base for the tournament. 
As well as staging 12 group matches at the FIFA U-17 World Cup Brazil 2019, it will also host 2 Round-of-16 ties and 2 quarter-finals.
Fact file: Official name: Estadio Estadual "Kleber José de Andrade" Opened: 1983 Last renovated: 2014 Capacity: 17,026
VITORIA (Cariacica) Cariacica, the municipality where you'll find the Estadio Kleber Andrade, is a mere 15km from Vitoria, the capital of Espirito Santo state.Founded in 1551 on the Atlantic coast, Vitoria is home to some 330,000 people. Here are just some of things visitors to the island city can enjoy:Cam…