Everyone is finally beginning to get excited about the World Cup in Russia before the competition starts next week.
And here are some of the best recent World Cup jokes and tweets in the meantime:
first world cup with no bolton players in it since 1990. joke of a competition. game's gone #bwfc
— this account is defunct (@very_defunct) June 4, 2018
Kids glued to World Cup TV programmes. Just asked me who was best, Franco Baresi or Sergio Ramos. Sent them straight to bed no dinner.
— Barney Ronay (@barneyronay) June 4, 2018
Ten days until the world cup. Or if you're Italian, it's only 1629 days.
— Sub Button Hype #SelloutSZN (@cevapifingers) June 5, 2018
"Hey babe I've gone to watch the world cup match at the local with my friends will be back immediately after"
*Me walking in at 4am smelling of whiskey and Keg while complaining about VAR* pic.twitter.com/lVRtDH7S16
— Edu (@EduBudaBoss) June 5, 2018
None of the guys on love island can be trusted. How can you throw away a World Cup summer like that.
— Joe (@joe_tlr) June 5, 2018
And the World Cup starts in two weeks, so it’s one nil to the husband!.
— Éamon White (@whitebhoy) June 5, 2018
After a very long football season and clubs currently announcing their player signings. I myself would like to reveal that after a few days of tough negotiations, the missus has agreed to let me watch every match of the upcoming World Cup #WorldCup #Rusia2018 #LoveSimon
— Simon (@SimonGW33) June 5, 2018
If France don’t win the world cup I’ll get Pogba dabbing tattooed on my arse
— Joe Rose (@Joe_Rose00) June 5, 2018
Dawg dem ready fi World Cup pic.twitter.com/9AJPMiUeIw
— Dawk Invader (@chaviedon_) June 4, 2018
can’t believe I’ve booked a day off work for Russia Vs Saudi Arabia, what the World Cup does to you
— Cobi Budge (@cobibudge1) June 5, 2018
Reporter: Do you think Spain can win the World Cup?
Xavi: Messi plays for Argentina and he’s the best player. pic.twitter.com/jCI8wqj8MS
— Idris (@Crhedrys) June 5, 2018
World cup twitter is going to kick loveisland twitters cunt in
A can already see it now
— David Anderson (@DavAnd12) June 5, 2018
In 1966, adjusted for inflation, World Cup final tickets cost £8.73. There's your trouble, right there.
— John Nicholson (@JohnnyTheNic) June 5, 2018