The South American nation returned to the FIFA World Cup after 36 years and its fans did it with a big bang
During the summer, walking in the streets of Moscow, Samara and other Russian cities meant seeing a lot of football fans.
But in the middle of all these fanatics, there were those with shirts in white and red who were simply too happy to be in the FIFA World Cup.
Those supporters were Peruvian fans.
The Southamerican supporters just won the FIFA Fan Award for filling the Russian World Cup with lots of color and music.
The Peru fans beat Sebastian Carrera from the match Coquimbo Unido-Deportes Puerto Montt in the 2017 Primera B de Chile.
They also beat Japanese and Senegalese fans in the World Cup.
The FIFA Fan Award means to celebrate the diversity of supporters in football regardless of a championship, gender or nationality.
According to the Russian Federal Security Services, more than 633,000 foreigners were in the country for the World Cup.
Peru had nearly 20,000 fans with a government-issued Fan-ID.
FIFA Fan Award:
2016: Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool supporters
2017: Celtic supporters
2018: Peru supporters
— #TheBest (@FIFAcom) September 24, 2018