Iran bus slogan unveiled

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Every World Cup team is heading to Brazil with a slogan emblazoned on the side of the team bus. Iran national football team’s slogan is: “Honor of Persia”.

All 32 nations at this summer’s World Cup have been given a slogan which has been chosen by fans.The slogan was decided by an online poll conducted by FIFA and the bus supplier and sponsor Hyundai. Iran has been drawn in Group F of the 2014 World Cup with Nigeria, Argentina and Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Algeria: Desert Warriors In Brazil

Argentina: Not just a team, we are a country

Australia: Socceroos: Hopping Our Way Into History!

Belgium: Expect The Impossible!

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Dragons In Heart, Dragons On The Field!

Brazil: Brace Yourselves! The 6th Is Coming!

Cameroon: A lion remains a Lion

Chile: Go Chile

Colombia: Here travels a nation, not just a team!

Costa Rica: My passion is football, my strength is my people, my pride is Costa Rica.

Côte d’Ivoire: Elephants charging towards Brazil!

Croatia: With Fire In Our Hearts, For Croatia All As One!

Ecuador: One Commitment, One Passion, Only One Heart, This Is For You Ecuador!

England: The Dream Of One Team, The Heartbeat Of Millions!!

France: Impossible Is Not A French Word

Germany: One Nation, One Team, One Dream!

Ghana: Black Stars: Here To Illuminate Brazil

Greece: ‘Heroes Play Like Greeks’

Honduras: We are one country, one nation, five stars on the heart

Iran: Honor Of Persia

Italy: Let’s paint the FIFA World Cup dream blue

Japan: Samurai, The Time Has Come To Fight!

Korea Republic: Enjoy it, Reds!

Mexico: Always united, Always aztecas

Netherlands: Real Men Wear Orange

Nigeria: Only Together We Can Win

Portugal: The past is history. The future is victory.

Russia: No one can catch us

Spain: Inside our hearts, the passion of a champion

Switzerland: End Station: 13.07.2014 Maracana! Final Stop: 07-13-14 Maracana!

Uruguay: Three million dreams … Let’s go Uruguay

USA: United By Team, Driven By Passion

By Tasnim News Agency


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