Ted Lasso Supports USMNT with Hometown Billboard Messages

Ted Lasso has brought a small portion of his world famous games home.

After the US Men’s National Team announced their roster last week for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the legendary player played by Jason Sudeikis signed his name in a personal message to the player each in 24 city boards across the country.

Yellow signs with blue handwritten text appeared on bridges, schools, farms and urban areas in places like Chicago, Dallas, New York, Seattle and San Diego.

“Lasso’s personal messages to each team member will inspire local support for their hometown hero and build on the excitement of Team USA!” the program shared in the sentence.

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Ted LassoTwitter shared photos of the signs this week, which started going up shortly after the list was announced. “Like most M. Night completists, I believe in the shows. Go, boys!“The Apple TV+ program is written in the cheerful and optimistic voice of its opponent.

In addition to giant signs, personal messages to athletes will appear in local newspapers ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which will be played from November 20 to December 18 in Qatar.

Meanwhile, Sudeikis’ co-creator and client Brendan Hunt is preparing for the World Cup with his new Apple podcast with Rebecca Lowe. After the Whistlewhich started on Thursday.

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Sudeikis, 47, is star-struck Ted Lasso as a happy-go-lucky US college football coach who is unexpectedly hired to lead an English Premier League football team, despite having no experience with the game. Like a fish out of water, he soon wins over the local community of football fans.

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After portraying the character in a 2013 commercial for NBC Sports, Sudeikis was tapped to reprise his role in the series, which premiered on Apple TV+ in 2020.

Writer and costar Brett Goldstein previously told Suday times that the upcoming third season is slated to be the show’s last. “We’re writing it like that. It was meant to be three [seasons],” he said, joking: “Spoiler alert – everyone dies.”

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Sudeikis discussed the three-season plan in June, explaining Today point out that it was their “negotiation plan” to get the show done. “I thought it was very cocky of us to think we were going to get to three. That was just the swagger that has shown itself that it really has to do it. It’s scary,” he he said.

Seasons 1 and 2 of Ted Lasso now streaming on Apple TV+.


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