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Workers arrange the entrance of the large tent where the 2014 World Cup draw will take place in Costa do Sauipe, Brazil, Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013. World Cup organizers say they have spent $11 million to organize the 90-minute show that will be beamed around the world on Friday. The mammoth white tent that has been erected on the sand is bigger than most of the world's cathedrals

Workers arrange the entrance of the large tent where the 2014 World Cup draw will take place in Costa do Sauipe, Brazil, Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013. World Cup organizers say they have spent $11 million to organize the 90-minute show that will be beamed around the world on Friday. The mammoth white tent that has been erected on the sand is bigger than most of the world's cathedrals. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)

Brazil prepares for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final Draw

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“On this day, Planet Football will have its eyes trained on Bahia’s Costa do Sauipe," FIFA Secretary General Jérôme Valcke wrote in one of his columns, with preparations for the tournament ongoing. "The group draw is in itself an event, with television audiences in the hundreds of millions around the entire world, the same number we see for a FIFA World Cup match.”