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An amazing opportunity, courtesy of Coca Cola, offers fans the chance to participate in the tournament without travelling to the host country

The FIFA World Cup™ is the ultimate sporting spectacle not just because of the 736 top-class players on show but also the colour, ambiance and vibrancy brought to every finals by supporters from across the globe.

So, what better way to celebrate the multi-national carnival in Brazil next month than by honouring the fans with Coca-Cola's giant fan flag?

Coca-Cola is offering the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be part of the largest flag mosaic ever created and show the world the power of football to bring people from different backgrounds and beliefs together.

The Happiness Flag is the size of a football pitch and was designed by Brazilian street artist Speto, in partnership with an Argentine artist named Tec.

The flag is actually a giant Photomosaic, the largest of its kind by inventor Robert Silvers, and will be constructed from photos and tweets submitted by fans from around the world. England striker Daniel Sturridge and United States women's forward Alex Morgan will also be pictured.

It will be unveiled on the pitch before the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ opening match at the Arena de Sao Paulo on June 12 between Brazil and Croatia.

An estimated one billion people will be watching either in person, on TV or online. Imagine seeing yourself on TV as the flag containing your selfie is unveiled – and then sharing it with your friends!

After the flag is unveiled, fans that submitted their photo will be sent a personal link to HappinessFlag.com to see where they were on the flag - and on the pitch – from aerial photographs.

The photo submission deadline is May 12 and the process is simple. Submit your selfie and your face will appear on the Happiness Flag by Coca-Cola. Click here to take part: http://bit.ly/1nSIWcI.

For further details, click here: http://www.coca-colacompany.com/stories/pitch-perfect-photo-opp-cokes-happiness-flag-gives-fans-the-chance-to-join-the-action-in-brazil

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