In 2014, a South American nation will host the World Cup for the first time since Argentina did so in 1978.
Brazil will host the World Cup for the first time since 1950, making it the fifth team to host the competition twice.
There will be some great venues for fans to watch what should be one of the most talent-laden and exciting World Cups in the history of the game.
Brazil has 12 stadiums in line for the competition, and there a few newly built venues as well as some undergoing renovations.
Let's take a look at the stadiums for the 2014 World Cup.