Polish footballers' World Cup bus to bear the "Go Poland" slogan

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Poland's football team bus for the forthcoming World Cup in Russia will be decorated with the slogan "Go Poland," as chosen by internet users, football's world governing body FIFA announced on Thursday.

Fans of all the participating teams were able to choose their slogan on FIFA's website, Poles had three options to choose from, besides the winning one, they could also vote for "A million hearts, one beat" and "One nation, one team, one goal."

In the tournament, which will be held around Russia between June 14 and July 15, Poland is set to compete in group H. They kick off on June 19 against Senegal (whose slogan will be "Impossible is not Senegalese"), followed by a game on June 24 against Colombia ("Here goes one dream, three colours and 50 million hearts"), and on June 28 against Japan ("It's time to battle, Samurai Blue!").

It remains to be seen if Poland progresses beyond the group stage. Defending their World Cup win in Brazil four years ago will be Germany, whose slogan reads: "Let's write history together."