Mostly everyone across the country should be bursting with patriotic pride on June 26 -- the United States is playing Germany in the World Cup, and a win or a tie means the US gets to advance out of the Group of Death. It kind of doesn't get much more exciting, especially since the US has defied all odds by holding their own against Ghana and Portugal. Germany, however, is the heavy favorite, and after a heartbreaking, last-minute tie by the US with Portugal, soccer fans are curious to see how they will bounce back, if at all.
You know who else is super-pumped for the game? Will Ferrell, who went to a pep rally on Wednesday, June 25 in Recife, Brazil. He was introduced by soccer-themed Teddy Roosevelt impersonator Teddy Goalsevelt and United States Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati. But then Ferrell, clad in a USA jersey, gave a hilarious speech to guarantee a US win that is a definite must-see.