Argentina – "Vamos Argentina" says the Aerolineas Argentinas Boeing 737. It also sports the I-just-scored-a-wondergoal expressions of Lionel Messi, Gonzalo Higuain and Sergio Aguero.
Australia – Qantas is "Proudly supporting the Socceroos" with a Boeing 747 decorated with a large football and a pair of golden boots strung around the airline mascot's neck. No jokes about choking, please.
Belgium – Personalized headrests and interior decor featuring their key players -- Belgium's Red Devils are being given the star treatment inside the Brussels Airlines Airbus A330 before they've even donned a sock. At 20/1 the team is a top five favorite to win the whole thing.
Brazil – Low-cost carrier GOL commissioned Brazil's acclaimed artistic duo Os Gemeos to turn the Boeing 737 into a flying canvas. They used 1,200 cans of spray paint to shroud the entire plane, apart from the wings, in a theme of "Brazilianness, democracy and diversity."
Germany – Lufthansa has renamed eight of its planes "Fanhansa" and added a football and German flag motif. The team -- 6/1 to become champions behind only Brazil and Argentina -- is being flown on an Airbus A340.
Ghana – Solid, sturdy characters behind with a flash of dazzling flair up front -- the motif on the Aircharter.com Boeing 767 is much like the team it's transporting. Let's just hope star forward Asamoah Gyan remembered to pack his astonishing goal-scoring record.
Spain – We're not sure what'll make the champions of four years ago more uncomfortable -- their 13/2 odds this year or the beaming, highly expectant fan faces adorning the back end of Iberia's Airbus A330. Nice and colorful though.
And finally ... Air Berlin – It's not carrying a national football team, but this Air Berlin Airbus A320 has been turned into "Fan Force One" during the World Cup.