FIFA World Cup™ fans, time is running out to submit your slogans for the Be There With Hyundai contest and potentially win a trip to the 2014 FIFA World Cup! The submission phase for the contest closes on 27 February. You only have a few days left to send us your submissions! Submit your slogans now.

Your words will guide their journey
The Be There With Hyundai contest is your chance to show the ultimate level of support for a national team on the biggest and brightest stage, the FIFA World Cup! We are looking for the best national team slogans for each of the qualified nations for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The winning slogan representing each national team will be placed on the team buses during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. Your words could travel with your team throughout the tournament! Be the ultimate inspiration for your team. Create a slogan that captures the heart of a nation and you could win a trip to be there in Brazil!

Create, submit and win!
Create and submit slogans in support of any of the national teams that will be at 2014 FIFA World Cup (you can submit for as many teams as you like, but you only submit once per team). The submissions phase closes on 27 February. The best slogans for each of the qualified 2014 FIFA World Cup national teams will be presented in a shortlist for voting. users will then get to vote and decide on the 32 winning slogans!

Create a slogan, win a trip to Brazil 2014!
The 32 winning submissions will receive a framed photograph of the team bus displaying their winning slogan. All 32 slogan winners will also be placed into a prize draw for a trip for two to watch a knockout stage match at the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Visit the Be There With Hyundai contest prize page for more details.

Shortlists coming soon
In April 2014, a shortlist of the best entries for each of the 32 national teams will be revealed on Then, it’s up to the FIFA community to vote and decide on the winning submissions!

This is your chance, get inspired, get writing and submit your Be There With Hyundai slogans before 27 February.