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In Pictures: How real soccer fans decorate their cars

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A true Netherlands soccer supporter.

IVAN ALVARADO/REUTERS

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Holland fans park their vehicle during the team's final practice session at the Corinthians arena in Sao Paulo.

IVAN ALVARADO/REUTERS

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A car, decorated with Brazilian flags and jerseys of Neymar, stands in downtown of Cuiaba June 20, 2014.

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Here are photos of my husband's car...a die hard Brazil fan :)

Tahera Al-Harazi (Reader submission)

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All you need for cheering the German team: Side mirrors, hood, flag, and munchkin-sized cheering gallery with HUGE lungs.

Kira Dunham (Reader submission)

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A car decorated with soccer balls outside of a restaurant in Guatemala City during the World Cup opening match.

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A car decorated with soccer balls outside of a restaurant in Guatemala City during the World Cup opening match.

JORGE DAN LOPEZ/REUTERS

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A soccer fan paints his car to resemble the Croatian national flag in Zaton, south Croatia June 12, 2014.

ANTONIO BRONIC/REUTERS

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A soccer fan wearing a Brazil soccer jersey stands next to his car decorated with the colors of the Brazilian flag at a petrol station in Manaus, Brazil.

SIPHIWE SIBEKO/REUTERS

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A fan decorates a car with pictures of Argentine soccer player Lionel Messi ahead of the 2014 World Cup, in Kolkata June 10, 2014.

RUPAK DE CHOWDHURI/REUTERS

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Fans of the Chilean national soccer team wave to members of the media from a car at the start their travel from Valparaiso city to Brazil for the 2014 World Cup, June 6, 2014. According to local media, authorities estimate that hundreds of cars began their long travel from Chile to Brazil this weekend, covering a distance of around 4500 km (2796 miles), to watch the 2014 World Cup.

Eliseo Fernandez/REUTERS

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A Brazilian flag is seen over a car before the opening match between Brazil and Croatia at the 2014 World Cup, in Curitiba, June 12 2014.

HENRY ROMERO/REUTERS

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Colombian fans drive past of the Maracana stadium with their flag tied to their car, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Wednesday, June 11, 2014.

Leo Correa/AP Photo

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Chilean soccer fans wave their nation's flag from their car as they leave in a caravan for Brazil for the World Cup, in Santiago, Chile, early Friday June 6, 2014. Brazilian fans are claiming the most tickets to the month-long tournament, but even without tickets, tourists from Latin America are expected to journey to Brazil to either find tickets on site or, at least, join other fans.

Luis Hidalgo/AP Photo

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Fans of Argentina's national soccer team sit on a vehicle covered with the Argentine flag outside the Argentine Soccer Association before the team heads to the airport in Buenos Aires, Argentina, earlier this week.

Natacha Pisarenko/AP Photo

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A Brazilian fan ties his country's flag on top of his car outside Arena de Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Tuesday, June 10, 2014.

Thanassis Stavrakis/AP Photo

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