FIFA 2010 World Cup Draw Live Stream
We’re just a few minutes away from the 2010 World Cup Draw.
Tonight 200 million viewers from around the globe are expected to tune in, with multitude of celebrities, athletes and politicians scheduled to appear.
The competing 32 nations have been divided into four pots, and every group will contain one team from each pot. However, no two teams from the same confederation can draw each other (with the exception of Europe).
South Africa, as host, has been given one of the seeded positions along with Italy, Brazil, Spain, England, Germany, Netherlands and Argentina.
FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke and Hollywood star Charlize Theron will choose the balls from the four pots to create the eight groups.
Meanwhile preparations for tonight’s World Cup draw have been disrupted by two separate bomb scares, with South African police making two arrests.
Police combed the entrance of the Cape Town International Convention Centre for explosive devices and blocked access to the building, but the building has since been reopened.
UPDATE: You can read the results here.