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Soccer World Cup 2010 in South Africa: These are the buses of the 32 World Cup participants

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F Friday, June 11th, Johannesburg, South Africa. At 4 p.m. sharp, the 2010 World Cup will begin with the host country's game against Mexico.

German national soccer team: On the way to the Cup

A total of 32 countries will fight for the most coveted trophy in the football world. The car manufacturer Hyundai will appear again this year as one of the six main sponsors of the soccer World Cup. In the run-up to the World Cup, Hyundai had already started an extraordinary campaign in which fans from all over the world were able to help determine the slogans that will be emblazoned on their teams' team buses.

More than 52,000 football fans worldwide took advantage of the opportunity and submitted their suggestions for the final team slogans between December 2009 and March 2010. The choice of the best sayings was ultimately up to the online community. Because on the official FIFA page, every user could vote for their favorites between April 26th and May 10th.

The virtual die has been cast, the result of the vote has been determined. On this occasion we will show you all 32 World Cup buses from the participating countries. So much can already be revealed: The slogan 'On the way to the Cup!' shine. Find out more in our photo show.

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