A slogan can take you to FIFA World Cup!

FIFA - Be There with Hyundai Contest - InsideSport

Your creativity can get you on board the all-hospitality taken care of bus for the forthcoming FIFA World Cup finals in Russia.

The creative minds have a chance to be a part of the FIFA World Cup in a unique way by taking part in the Be There with Hyundai Contest, FIFA has reported.

The Be There With Hyundai contest gives fans the chance to share and express their passion for their favourite national teams and potentially be rewarded for their efforts with prizes that include trips to the biggest moment in football, the FIFA World Cup in Russia!

To get an idea of where your creativity could lead you, take a look through some of the slogans that have featured in past World Cups.

The contestants can simply create and submit the perfect slogan to celebrate their favourite team that will be competing in the tournament.

CLICK HERE to submit the slogan.

“We are looking for the most creative, emotional and positive messages you can dream up. Your team slogan needs to be worthy of representing your team on the official team bus during the best sporting event in the world! You can submit one slogan per team for as many teams as you like, giving you up to 32 potential chances to win a trip to the World Cup!” the FIFA report states.

Fan voting will decide a total of 32 winners. Once the submissions phase closes, FIFA.com will present a shortlist of finalists for each of the 32 national teams and make it available for public voting. The 32 winning slogans will be decided by FIFA.com Club members.

The contest, on since December 4, 2017, will run through 28 February 2018. Voting will run from April 14 to May 4 and the winners will be announced on May 14.

The contest (including the submissions and voting phase) is open only to FIFA.com Club members. Registration for FIFA.com Club membership is fast and free.

CLICK HERE to register as a member of FIFA.com Club

The 32 winning contest submissions will be painted on the official team bus for each of the participating teams at the World Cup.