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Look up at Sepp Blatter's face. I told him that you didn't know where to watch the 2014 World Cup draw streaming online and had to look up an illegal stream. That's the face he made. He was very unhappy. So I thought I'd cheer Sepp up a bit by letting you know exactly how to watch on the internet.
FIFA.com will have live coverage of the draw, though probably sans much analysis and with all of the musical interludes. If you're in the United States, ESPN will be simulcasting their television broadcast on Watch ESPN, starting at 11:30 a.m. ET. That requires you to have a television subscription to ESPN, but if you don't have that, you can still watch the world feed on ESPN3. In the U.K., you can watch on Sky Go. Sky and ESPN will be worth watching if you want some analysis from your draw coverage, while FIFA.com/the world feed is the way to go if you just want the facts.
To recap, here are the live stream links:
FIFA.com live coverage is available here.
The ESPN live stream is available here, via WatchESPN, at 11:30 a.m. ET.
Sky's live stream is available in the UK with Sky Go here.