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Football slogans for each team going in the 2014 FIFA World Cup announced

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FIFA World Cup 2014 mascot Fuleco is pictured by the Christ the redeemer statue.

FIFA has announced the 32 winning slogans that will be placed on the respective teams’ buses at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

The official slogans for each team going in the World cup in Brazil were picked after the results for a competition called the Be There With Hyundai” were revealed.

These football slogans act as an anthem to fans and players. The fans in their support to their favourite team, sing these slogans to motivate their team. A slogan may not decide the outcome of a World Cup match but certainly boost up the players when these fans start their chanting them.

Here, taking a look at all the official football slogans for each team going in the 2014 FIFA World Cup:

Group A:

Brazil: “Preparem-se! O Hexa Está Chegando!” (Translation: “Brace yourselves! The 6th is coming!”)

Cameroon: “Un Lion Demeure Un Lion.” (Translation: “A lion remains a Lion”)

Croatia: “S Vatrom U Srcima Za Hrvatsku Svi Kao Jedan!” (Translation: “With fire in our hearts, for Croatia all as one!”)

Mexico: “Siempre Unidos… ¡siempre Aztecas!” (Translation: “Always united, Always aztecas!”)

Group B:

Spain: “En Nuestro Corazón, La Pasión De Un Campeón” (Translation: “Inside our hearts, the passion of a champion.”)

Netherlands: “Echte Mannen Dragen Oranje” (Translation: “Real men wear orange.”)

Chile: “¡Chi, Chi, Chi, Le, Le, Le! ¡viva Chile!” (Translation: “CHI CHI CHI!, LE LE LE! Go Chile.”)

Australia: Soccerroos: Hopping our way into history!

Spain's midfielder Andrés Iniesta (R) shoots and scores a goal during extra time the 2010 FIFA football World Cup final between the Netherlands and Spain on July 11, 2010 at Soccer City stadium.

Group C:

Colombia: “Aquí No Viaja Un Equipo, ¡viaja Todo Un Paìs!” (Translation: “Here travels a nation, not just a team!”)

Greece: “?? ????? ??????? ???? ?? ???????”  (Translation: “Heroes play like the Greeks!”)

Ivory Coast: “Les Éléphants A La Conquête Du Brésil” (Translation: “Elephants charging towards Brazil!”)

Japan: “?????!!????????!!”  (Translation: “Samurai, the time has come to fight!”)

Group D:

Uruguay: “Tres Millones De Ilusiones…. Vamos Uruguay” (Translation: “Three million dreams … Let’s go Uruguay!”)

Costa Rica: “MI PASIÓN EL FÚTBOL, MI FORTALEZA MI GENTE, MI ORGULLO COSTA RICA” (Translation: “My passion is football, my strength is my people, my pride is Costa Rica.”

England: “The dream of one team, the heartbeat of millions.”

Italy: “Coloriamo D’azzurro Il Sogno Mondiale” (Translation: “Let’s paint the FIFA World Cup dream blue!”)

Alessandro Diamanti of Italy celebrates scoring the winning penalty during the UEFA EURO 2012 quarter final match between England and Italy at The Olympic Stadium on June 24, 2012 in Kiev, Ukraine.

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