World Cup 2014 Draw live: Follow along as the pots are drawn

We'll update the results of the World Cup draw live, as it happens, right here.

The World Cup draw is a process that could very easily take 10 minutes, but FIFA needs to put on a show and sell television time. There will be plenty of musical performances and celebrity appearances to draw out the process, but by 1 p.m. ET, we should know exactly what the World Cup group stage is going to look like.

This post will be updated live as the pots are drawn. Refresh regularly and you'll see the results as they come in. If you want to chat with other fans during the draw, check out the comments here. There will also be a live reaction video show in that spot after the draw. Proceedings get underway at 11:30 a.m. ET, 1:30 p.m. local time. If you're not sure how this whole thing works, here's a primer.

Group A

1. Brazil
2. Croatia
3. Mexico
4. Cameroon

Group B

1. Spain
2. Netherlands
3. Chile
4. Australia

Group C

1. Colombia
2. Greece
3. Ivory Coast
4. Japan

Group D

1. Uruguay
2. Costa Rica
3. England
4. Italy

Group E

1. Switzerland
2. Ecuador 
3. France
4. Honduras

Group F

1. Argentina
2. Bosnia-Herzegovina
3. Iran
4. Nigeria

Group G

1. Germany
2. Portugal
3. Ghana
4. United States

Group H

1. Belgium
2. Algeria
3. Russia
4. South Korea

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