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The 3 MUST watch SWC ads!

12 June 2014, 13:13

Cape Town - The World Cup only happens every four years and advertisers use this time to make THE best ads of the year.

While the world waits for the first kick of the ball (22:00 SA time) and Brazil scrambles to ensure they are ready to host, brands like Nike, Beats by Dre and KIA are hoping to draw some attention away from the field and onto their products.

So grab a Caipirinha and enjoy the three best adverts for the 2014 Soccer World Cup:

KIA - The 2014 TV commercial featuring Adriana Lima 

Beats by Dre - The Game Before The Game

Nike - #riskeverything

Don't forget to follow Sport24's LIVE and interactive scoring of each and every game of the 2014 Soccer World Cup.

- Sport24


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