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Fantastic World Cup Team Posters

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The World Cup slogans may have been bad, but these are very very good.

ESPN commissioned the Brazilian artist Cristian Siqueira to design 32 posters celebrating each team taking part in the forthcoming World Cup. Each one features a country's footballing hero (or two) and incorporates their nicknames too.

All of them look joyful; sadly, once the action begins, not every team will end up so happy (with three matches a day for the first week or so, we'll be extremely happy regardless).

Take a look at all 32 posters below. 15 days to go...

(Images: ESPN)

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