The 2018 World Cup is in full swing! And while we at DipNote may not be taking sides, some of our embassies and consulates around the world sure know how to support their adopted home teams.
Check out some of their World Cup spirit:
U.S. Embassy in Uruguay
U.S. Embassy in Mexico
U.S. Embassy in Portugal
U.S. Embassy in Saudi Arabia
U.S. Embassy in Brazil
U.S. Embassy in Spain
¡¡VAMOS ESPAÑA!! Todo mi apoyo a la Selección Española en el próximo mundial #Rusia2018. ¡Mi selección no pudo clasificarse así que esta vez no voy a tener el corazón dividido! @SeFutbol @MAECgob @educaciongob @SeFutbol @MAECgob #RussiaWorldCup2018 pic.twitter.com/pCiJ0DFgEb— US Embassy Madrid (@USembassyMadrid) June 13, 2018
U.S. Embassy in Peru
U.S. Embassy in Iceland
U.S. Embassy in Senegal
Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs
And of course, some of us are already looking ahead to the 2026 World Cup to be held hosted jointly in the United States, Mexico and Canada.
A heart-felt congrats to @ussoccer for your entire team's dedication to develop a phenomenal @united2026 bid. Our special thanks for the many years of partnership with @StateDept to support outreach worldwide. Go ! (1/2) pic.twitter.com/K8jMBxAS5S— SportsUnited (@SportsDiplomacy) June 13, 2018
If you are traveling to Russia for the 2018 World Cup, we encourage you to review the Bureau of Consular Affairs' World Cup Visitor Information and this information card from the U.S. Mission to Russia.
Editor’s Note: This entry also appears in the U.S. Department of State’s publication on Medium.