The World Cup games begin in a few short weeks and the games' official restaurant is pulling out all the stops to celebrate the global event. McDonalds debuted their special edition fry boxes earlier this week but along with the redesign the fast food chain has created new themed menu items.
The new sandwiches are available at over 800 Brazil Mickey D's locations now until June 25 with a different sandwich available every day of the week, celebrating seven competing countries: Argentina, Brazil, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United States.
The McBrazil is available on Sundays and features an angus beef patty topped with mayonnaise, Brazilian vinaigrette, lettuce and emmental cheese.
The McSpain, available on Mondays, is fancier McChicken topped with olive oil mayo, spicy bacon cheese, tomato and lettuce.
The McGermany takes over the Tuesday menu with a McRib-esque sandwich, german mustard sauce, red onion, pickles and bacon spicy cheese.
The McFrance takes a fancy turn on Wednesdays with its triple cheese topped sandwich: grated parmesan cheese, crispy chicken, lettuce, tomato, melty cream cheese, and emmental cheese
The McItaly aka a pizza burger will be on the menu on Thursdays. This burger is topped with pepperoni, tomato sauce, grated parmesan cheese, and Polpettone meat.
The McArgentina features a meaty burger and is available on Fridays. The burger comes topped with a chimichurri mayonnaise, lettuce, tomato, bacon, and cheddar.
The McUSA burger definitely represents 'Murica well. Available on Saturdays the double pattied angus beef burger is topped with barbecue sauce, crispy onions, pickles, bacon, and cheddar cheese.
Hey McDonalds, the US celebrates the World Cup too! Why the hell don't we have these burgers here?!