The "Anchorman" actor attended a pep rally for Team USA in Recife, Brazil on Wednesday. Ferrell pumped up the crowed of fans for Thursday's match between USA and Germany.
The "Stepbrothers" star was introduced by the now-famous Teddy Roosevelt impersonator, Teddy Goalsevelt. When Will hit the stage, he told the crowd that he'll not only be there -- he'll be playing in the game.
The 46-year-old even said he'd bite the Germans if he had to (referring to Luis Suárez, the Uruguayan footballer who bit Italy's Giorgio Chiellini during the World Cup game earlier this week).
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"I am so honored to be playing tomorrow," Ferrell said. "I'm not gonna lie to you, I'm not in the best shape. I'm not in soccer shape right now, but I'm gonna try my best and I'm going to live up to the spirit of this American team."
"If the game gets close, I will bite!" the actor jokingly added. "I will bite the opponent! I will bite them! I will bite every German player if I have to."
This isn't the first time "The Campaign" star has showed his team spirit -- the actor made one hilarious video for the Los Angeles Kings during the playoffs which was blasted through Times Square in New York when the Kings won the Stanley Cup.
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