Twitter has got into the World Cup spirit by unleashing "hashflags" for the 2014 tournament in Brazil.
Each of the 32 teams have their own national flag if you refer to them by a three-letter hashtag, adding a little bit of colour to tweets during the World Cup.
We've compiled the full list so you can use them in your own tweets (don't forget to add @br_uk to your Twitter follows for the World Cup).
Note: The flags don't display when embedded on external sites such as below, but here is an image of how it looks when you are on Twitter:
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