10:50AM, Saturday 03 May 2014
The 2014 Fifa World Cup starts on June 12 and the Advertiser and Express want to hear from supporters of all nations involved. We also want to hear from die-hard England fans packing their bags and jetting to Brazil for the tournament.
'Come on England' will be the cheer this summer when the 2014 Fifa World Cup kicks off in Brazil.
Replica kits and the flag of St George will be everywhere as young and old are gripped by football fever - and the dream that Roy Hodgson and his men can win the game's ultimate prize.
The Advertiser and Express are launching a search to find the biggest football fans in East Berkshire.
We want to hear from any supporters going the extra mile to support their team.
Are you a die-hard fan heading to Brazil for the tournament? Is your home a shrine to your national team? Are you doing anything out-of-the-ordinary to show your passion for the beautiful game?
If you are, then we want to hear from you - email email@example.com or call 01628 678230.
Advertiser/Express deputy editor Glenn Mitchell said: "Any world cup summer is always one to remember.
"We want to celebrate the enthusiasm of all fans infatuated with the beautiful game."
It won't just be Three Lions supporters who go football crazy when the world cup starts on June 12.
England are one of 32 teams vying to be crowned champions - and we want to feature supporters of all nations involved.
If you live in the area and are rooting for anyone from Australia to Argentina, or Chile to Croatia, then we want to hear from you.
Are you flying the flag for another nation? We want to hear from supporters of the following teams: Australia, Iran, Japan, South Korea, Algeria, Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico, United States, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Switzerland.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01628 678230.
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