Football’s governing body will also have a special image appearing when everyone uses the #WorldCup hashflag on Twitter.
Getting in FIFA World Cup mode? Well, FIFA doesn’t want you to miss a beat of the competition, and if you come up with a fiery tweet, you might earn a few moments of fame.
Earlier today, football’s governing body revealed the official hashflags for all 32 teams participating in the FIFA World Cup. Added to those, the tournament will also have an official hashflag to use, making it easier for fans to be read around the world when they use their social media accounts.
The official hashflag for the competition will be available in many languages, including Russian, German, Spanish and English. Have a look at all the hashflags you’ll be able to use during the next 30+ days.