Visually Impaired Boy Changed His Qatar 2022 World Cup Album to Braille to Finish It

The Qatar World Cup softcover album with four envelopes costs 89 pesos in Mexico (Photo: Infobae México)
The Qatar World Cup softcover album with four envelopes costs 89 pesos in Mexico (Photo: Infobae México)

A little less than a month after the start of the Qatar World Cup 2022, one of the central issues for fans under the pretext of the World Cup has been the fury caused throughout the planet by the album made by the Italian company , Panini.

As expected, the fever for the World Cup reaches everyone equally, regardless of race, religion, much less any physical disability. Such was the case of a boy of Venezuelan origin known as Sebastian Filoramo 12-year-old who is visually impaired and managed to complete the album with the help of his loved ones.

In a video that has gone viral on social media, Filoramo explained in a video with his father and his teacher the process to transform his album, telling that at first, his father was in charge of marking the edges of each of the spaces that make up the album with silicone. Argentina national team headed by Lionel Messi.

Next, the little Filoramo he wrote with his machine Perkins the name of each of the players of the albiceleste squad in papel contact to stick it in their respective places and be able to identify them without the need for a guide.

Finally, the 12-year-old boy, accompanied by his teacher, punched each of the stamps to paste them in the album of the World Cup that is about to start from November 20 to December 18, 2022, leaving for the grand closing the print of Lionel Messi.

Sebastián Filoramo has dedicated himself since he was six years old to creating content for Instagram and now in TikTok where he demonstrates tutorials so that young people of the same age with different disabilities can overcome their fears and show that there are no limits.

As expected, social networks praised the 12-year-old boy, since they consider a great “first step” their work so that Paninican bring an album in the future more inclusive with people who suffer from a visual disability.

“What a hero, I hope that some soccer star has a detail with this kid.” “On the way to true Inclusion”. “Total example!!! You really are passionate about football and life!!!! Keep it up!!!” “This would be inclusion! @PaniniAmerica @paninicromos Do it!”, Are some comments recovered via Twitter.

As an additional piece of information, Sebastián has already collaborated with a cafeteria in Caracas, Venezuela to prepare a menu in braille in order to open a path to inclusion and leave us with a clear example that everything is possible, it is only a matter of the passion with which we dedicate to things.

The album features 670 printscorresponding to the 32 teams along with those of the stadiums, trophy, mascot and official ball of Qatar 2022 and can be purchased from the platform of Panini Mexico ( even in physical positions.

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Some of the authorized points of sale to acquire the album and the stamps for the Qatar 2022 World Cup: Panini Shops, Online Panini Shops, Exclusive Online Panini ShopsNewsstands in Mexico City, Oxxo, Sanborns, Liverpool, Mixup, La Comer, HEB, Gandhi Bookstores, Amazon.


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