South African supporters pose as they cheer ahead of their international friendly football match against Bulgaria at the Orlando stadium in Soweto, Johannesburg. on May 24, 2010. The 2010 FIFA World Cup football championship is due to take place in South Africa from June 11 to July 11 of 2010.
The Americans may not be considered hard-core soccer fans, but at least one guy brings the crazy with the outfit.
Tell me that's not the cutest thing you've ever seen.
The Italians don't stop at decorating themselves. Cars are fair game too, evidently.
Powerhouses on the field, powerhouses in the stands.
Nothing more intimidating than that sea of red.
Argentina just became everyone's second-favorite team.
German fans are the kings of crazy.
If you don't love this guy, you don't love life.
Only two options: Crazy soccer fan or professional wrestler.
This year's hosts take fun to a new level.
I swear I saw her in Alice in Wonderland.
The one thing that stands out? That hat he's wearing. What is that?
Nicknamed "The Elephants," the Ivory Coast has some of the most inventive fans in terms of costume choice.
Nothing too crazy here, just good ole-fashioned cheering.
This fan wins for sheer balance alone. Not to mention the cool-looking shades.
Classic, simple display of one's fandom. Well played.
The buzz around the socceroos can be roughly gauged by the excitement of this guy.
They start them young in Chile.
When your national pride overcomes any self-conscious feelings about your body type, you know you're a fan.
Give this Nigerian fan a call. Tell him to bring his green hat.
A professor of Greek history? A poet? Ancient royalty? Not sure what he's going for, but the passion is obvious.
Three different Honduras fans, three different face paint schemes, two different jerseys, two different hat selections. Very diverse!
As the shirt says, it's easy for this Slovakian fan to be cute as she cheers on her team.
Algerian supporters go with face paint, chest paint and your basic screaming.