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07/02/2014 11:13 am ET | Updated Jul 17, 2014

Sure, World Cup Soccer Players Are Hot, But What Happens When You Add Puppies And Kids? This.

Dozens of publications have put together lists of "The Sexiest Men of the World Cup" and yes, it's nice to look at attractive men. But has anyone thought about how it makes them feel? They're not just pieces of meat you know...

So we decided to give them their due.

BEHOLD, the sexiest men of the World Cup, in pictures with their puppies and children!

Brazil's Hulk likes to hang out in the pool with his two adorable little boys and his washboard abs.

Sergio Ramos of Spain shouldn't have been too sad to be leaving the World Cup early, because he gets to go home to these little cuties.

Germany's Mesut Özil likes to hang out with his furry friends on the couch, looking sexy and all.

The Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez's Instagram page is full of beautiful pictures of his wife and daughter. #family

Team USA's Matt Besler is all about "man's best friend." His best friend's name is Gip. How cute.

Another super sexy daddy is superstar Portuguese player Cristiano Ronaldo, pictured here with his son.

No trophy this time around, but Spain's Iker Casillas has plenty to celebrate seeing as his wife and child are stunning.

Javi Martinez, on the other hand, isn't married and doesn't have a child, but he does love dogs. Here he is hanging with Arnold.

We're glad Switzerland escaped the group stage, just so Granit Xhaka's little one could keep cheering him on a bit longer. We just can't get enough of her.

To add to all these bundles of joy, here's England's Steven Gerrard with his three angelic little girls.

Great hair runs in the family. Jermaine Jones of the U.S. hangs out with his little boy beside the pool in Dubai.

He might just have had cutest little supporters cheering during all the action in Brazil.

  • Sergio Ramos, Spain
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  • Hulk, Brazil
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  • Vedran Corluka, Croatia
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  • Rafa Marquez, Mexico
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  • Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Cameroon
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  • Robin van Persie, Netherlands
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  • Arturo Vidal, Chile
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  • Mathew Leckie, Australia
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  • James Rodriguez, Colombia
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  • Konstantinos Katsouranis, Greece
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  • Didier Drogba, Cote d'Ivoire
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  • Keisuke Honda, Japan
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  • Edinson Cavani, Uruguay
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  • Bryan Ruiz, Costa Rica
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  • Luke Shaw, England
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  • Ciro Immobile, Italy
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  • Valon Behrami, Switzerland
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  • Gabriel Achilier, Ecuador
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  • Olivier Giroud, France
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  • Carlo Costly, Honduras
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  • Ezequiel Lavezzi, Argentina
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  • Ermin Bicakcic, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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  • Reza Haghighi, Iran
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  • Joseph Yobo, Nigeria
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  • André Schürrle, Germany
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  • Fabio Coentrao, Portugal
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  • Asamoah Gyan, Ghana
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  • Tim Howard, U.S.A.
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  • Dries Mertens, Belgium
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  • Saphir Taider, Algeria
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