What Time is the 2010 FIFA World Cup Draw?

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Dec/03/2009
2010 World Cup Draw

So what time is the 2010 FIFA World Cup Draw?

In The U.S., ESPN2 will carry the event from 12 pm to 3 pm Eastern Standard Time on Friday.   Some parts of the world will be tuning in during the wee morning hours of Saturday morning. 

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The 32 nations will be drawn into eight groups of four with the top two in each group progressing to the knockout stages, beginning with a round of 16.

What time is the 2010 FIFA World Cup draw in other cities?

NBRio De Janeiro - 3 pm

Buenos Aires - 2 pm

Seoul - 2 am (Saturday morning)

Hong Kong - 1 am (Saturday morning)

Moscow - 8 pm

Johannesburg - 7 pm

Sydney - 4 am (Saturday morning)

Auckland - 6 am (Saturday morning)

London - 5 pm

Paris - 6 pm

Tehran - 9 pm

Cairo - 7 pm

Los Angeles - 9 am

Manila - 1 am (Saturday morning)

Tokyo - 2 am (Saturday morning)

Oslo - 6 pm

Lagos - 6 pm

Mexico City - 11 am

Madrid - 6 pm

Berlin - 6 pm

Rome - 6 pm

Copenhagen - 6 pm

Santiago (Chile) - 2 pm

Douala - 7 pm

Ljubljana - 7 pm

Athens - 7 pm

Tel Aviv - 8 pm

San Jose (Costa Rica) - 11 am

Valletta (Malta) - 7 pm

Tegucigalpa - 11 am

 

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Seedings are as follows:

Pot 1 (seeds)

South Africa, Germany, Brazil, Italy, Spain, England, Holland, Argentina.

Pot 2 (Europe)

France, Portugal, Slovenia, Switzerland, Greece, Serbia, Denmark, Slovakia.

Pot 3 (Africa and South America)

Ivory Coast, Ghana, Cameroon, Nigeria, Algeria, Paraguay, Chile, Uruguay.

Pot 4 (Asia, Oceania and North/Central America)

Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Mexico, Honduras.

Hosts South Africa will be automatically positioned as A1.

The 90-minute ceremony will take place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre with some 200 million people in more than 200 territories expected to be watching live worldwide.

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