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Team USA: 232 Kids With Cancer Chant ‘I Believe’ Before Belgium Game

Tue, July 1, 2014 4:09pm EDT by Lauren Cox 1 Comment

Over 230 young campers with cancer at Camp Sunshine have been chanting ‘I Believe That We Will Win’ every day of the week in hopes of sending good luck to Team USA in the World Cup. Click inside to WATCH!

An inspiring video from the campers at Camp Sunshine has surfaced online just in time for the big USA vs. Belgium World Cup game. Can 232 kids with cancer chanting about the USA winning the World Cup actually help us win? Fingers crossed!

Team USA Gets Luck From 232 Cancer Campers In Viral Video

This is amazing!

Even though the video is only 51 seconds long, watching 232 kids with cancer chant about winning is enough to give you goosebumps.

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The video starts off panning the room, showing a cabin filled with campers from Camp Sunshine in Atlanta, Ga. It’s obvious that the crowd is pumped up already, but then someone begins a chant that gets them all riled up and yelling at the top of their lungs.

“I. I believe. I believe that. I believe that we. I believe that we will win,” and then the chant repeats over and over until someone starts a new one. “USA! USA! USA!”

The video ends with the crowd jumping up and down and cheering excitedly.

These kids did this chant every single day last week before the USA vs. Germany game, and somehow the USA made it to the next round by the skin of their teeth.

Now, they are hoping that their chant will push the USA even further during the July 1 USA vs. Belgium game!

Tell us, HollywoodLifers — Do you think this video is good luck for Team USA? Did it make you want to chant along? Let us know your thoughts below!

— Lauren Cox

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