Tom Brady takes Lombardi Trophy to Great Wall of China on Father’s Day

BOSTON - FEBRUARY 7: New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick hoist the Lombardi Championship trophies during the rally at City Hall Plaza in Boston on Feb. 7, 2017. The rally was after the New England Patriots Super Bowl LI Victory Parade. (Photo by Barry Chin/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

The New England Patriots’ victory tour has reached far and wide this offseason, reminding everyone where the Lombardi Trophy resides. Tom Brady took the most prized possession in football on like its longest journey yet – to the Great Wall of China, posing with the trophy on Father’s Day weekend.

Tom Brady and 🏆visit The Great Wall of China! #TBAsiaTour

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But Brady wasn’t alone on the trip, taking one of his sons on the once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Wǒ ài zhōngguó 🇨🇳

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And of course Brady had to show off his throwing ability as onlookers tried to catch a glimpse of the scene.

Great Wall…. ✅

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Brady hopes to one day throw some NFL passes in China, and it could happen soon. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said earlier this year that the league is aiming to schedule a regular-season game in China in the next couple of years.

“My dream is to play a game here in China some day,” Brady said, via Reuters. “It’s just a great event and hopefully a lot of the Chinese people would enjoy it.”