Denver Broncos players are not shy when it comes to Twitter. They like to tweet about their football progress, share about the charities with which they are involved, retweet funny pictures and when a big game is happening for their favorite (non-football) team, show their support – especially when it comes to U.S. national teams.

Tuesday night the U.S. Women’s National Team faced Germany in the semifinals of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup and the Broncos showed support for their nation’s team on Twitter.

Bradon McManus started it off with a little humor.

The Denver Broncos official account showed that they #believe.

Connor Barth followed the “believe” theme, affirming his certainty of a win from the U.S.

Montee Ball showed some subtle support for Alex Morgan, then some general encouragement for the whole team.

Bennie Fowler let emojis speak for him.

Mike Schofield couldn’t resist going ALL CAPS and emjois with his support.

At game’s end the official Broncos account came back around to offer the latest World Cup finalists a fist bump.

Former Broncos jumped in on the action, too. Shannon Sharpe congratulated the National Team.

And Ed McCaffrey tweeted a photo of Carli Lloyd and Meghan Klingenberg celebrating their win over Germany.

Broncos, former and current, love to support their country and love it even more when the outcome is a win. Keep an eye on Twitter during the World Cup Final. You’ll be sure to catch some of your favorite Broncos showing their #love for @ussoccer_wnt.

Sabrina Naccarato, a Mile High Sports intern and MSU-Denver student, contributed to this report