View World Cup Posters For All 32 Teams At Brazil 2014 From ESPN

ESPN has released all 32 World Cup-themed posters for Brazil 2014. The entire series is designed exclusively for ESPN by Brazilian artist and graphic designer Cristiano Siqueira. The 33 portraits, created in collaboration with creative agency Wieden + Kennedy New York, feature a rendition of stories and key players from each of the 32 nations competing in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The 33rd image depicts the ultimate goal for all 32 teams, a place in the final at Maracanã stadium in the shadow of Christ the Redeemer.

ESPN’s 2014 FIFA World Cup marketing campaign will utilize the images as team identifiers throughout the tournament across TV, digital and out of home.

The countries represented in the new posters include: Algeria, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Cameroon, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Ecuador, England, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Honduras, Iran, Japan, Netherlands, Nigeria, Russia, South Korea, Switzerland, United States and Uruguay. Previously, ESPN had released the portraits for Argentina, Belgium, France, Italy, Ivory Coast, Mexico, Portugal and Spain.

Which posters are your favorites? Let us know in the comments section below.

Browse through the entire set of 33 posters:

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30 thoughts on “View World Cup Posters For All 32 Teams At Brazil 2014 From ESPN”

  1. Rooney is the least relevant player on Englands squad, how is he considered the face of the team? How about Captain fantastic.

    1. I agree 100%. When has Rooney ever done anything aside from disappoint at the world cup? Zero goals at cup. Should be captain fantastic.

    2. oh sure, have either Grampy Lampy or Slippery Stevie as the elder poster boy. Don’t slip up, England!

  2. stupid amateurs, croatia is not using cyrillic, serbs do, this is an insault, they commited genocides in the croatian war of independance and now they put their writting? WTF

    1. Actually Hrvat, it is not in cyrillic script! Relax, budala nepismena!
      This is hoњ Vatreni look in cyrillic


  3. I always like it when ESPN makes these posters. Like the 2010 World Cup posters better than this year’s though…

    1. I agree. I like the 2012 ones, but I thought the 2010 ones were better. But they were a completely different style and angle.

  4. For me Russia was first, then Italy! Although I’m a Three Lions fan myself. Overall sketches could be better like those of 2012.

    1. Why is it a insult…looks good.
      If you are referring to two letters in there that are Cyrillic but dont actually sound like what they are written down as. Than you my friend have serb fobia as far as I can say.

  5. The ESPN World Cup posters designed and launched by ESPN are truly fantastic!! Very well done indeed. However, the Greece one is very grammatically wrong. The word should say “ΕθΝΙΚΗ”.
    It is being criticized by media and on social media sites, blogs, etc.

    It is intended to read: “ΕθΝΙΚΗ” meaning “NATIONAL”. “ΣΤΗΠΙΚΙ” is not even close to a word.

    I am hoping the correct as it is unfair that such a great piece of art is being criticized for grammar.

    1. Thanks for the clarification. I was looking at the word for Greece and couldnt for the life of me understand what it was suppose to say…its a real sham too, because it is a great looking piece.

    1. I think it looks good, and the two letters which are Cyrillic are not even being used to sound the way they do in Cyrillic from what I have been told. Not sure why you upset.

    1. Good question. I asked ESPN that question when I met with them in New York recently. They said that the posters aren’t for sale because they don’t have the rights to use the player images (to sell the posters). ESPN will be distributing the posters to select bars and pubs across the country as part of their promotional effort, so maybe you can find one at your local pub soon.

  6. im Iranian and i think Uruguay’s poster is very fantastic than all.
    I hope which team is qualified, becomes champion.

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