The Final Draw for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is soon to be underway, which means the 32 teams that have qualified for the ultimate soccer competition will be put into eight groups consisting of four teams each. It’s a World Cup moment that fans won’t want to miss — and they don’t have to.
The World Cup Final Draw is available to watch happen live several places online. The easiest is the stream below, but ESPN subscribers can also go to the WatchESPN website and tune in to ESPN 2 at 11:30 a.m. ET. ESPN’s two-hour special will follow the Draw live and also offer in-depth analysis.
Meanwhile, the FIFA website is live blogging the entire event with minute-by-minute updates, so though it isn’t offering video, the frequent pictures and status posts should provide a sense of being there. Plus it will be easier to backtrack and see anything one might have missed. For those of you not at a computer, FIFA also has a mobile app.
How are you tuning into the World Cup Final Draw?