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World Cup 2014: U.S. rallies behind team on Twitter

As the American team gets set to play Germany, fans around the country are preparing for the game, too
As the American team gets set to play Germany... 03:11

FIFA says about 200,000 World Cup tickets were sold in the United States (second only to host Brazil), but more than one million fans are following Team USA on the squad's official Twitter account.

And as the U.S. faces Germany with a berth in the World Cup knockout round at stake, the team is getting lots of love on social media, driven by the hashtag #LetsDoThis.

Below are a few videos, photos and messages from the team and its fans:

The team arrives:

The president lends his support:

Team USA's coach, Jurgen Klinsmann, implores bosses to let their employees take an extra-long lunch:

Actor Will Ferrell and fan "Teddy Goalsevelt" cheer the team:

Giants ace Tim Lincecum (fresh off a no-hitter) gets in on the act:

The Windy City lights up for Team USA:

The San Francisco 49ers were among several football teams to show their support for the other "football."

Even Hulk Hogan got in on the act:

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