Well, the 2010 World Cup is finally over as we have seen Spain win their first ever World Cup over the Netherlands in extra time at Soccer City.
Now, we will have to wait four long years until the 2014 World Cup, but, looking ahead, here are the 10 early favorites to win the first World Cup in Brazil since 1950.
Expected Stars: Cristiano Ronaldo, Nani, Eduardo, and Fabio Coentrao.
After Portugal's round of 16 elimination to Spain, many of the players from the older generation will be retiring from international football.
But with that, the younger generation will now take over, with Cristiano Ronaldo in charge of the new youth movement that will be looking to win the World Cup.
Expected Stars: Yoann Gourcuff, Hugo Lloris, Karim Benzema, and Samir Nasri.
After a complete meltdown in this World Cup, France and their young players will now redeem themselves in Brazil as they have nowhere to go but up.
New manager Laurent Blanc will be sure to get these young players to play their best in this World Cup, and France will no longer be "a small football nation."
Expected Stars: Stuart Holden, Jozy Altidore, Michael Bradley, and Charlie Davies.
The United States were an extremely young side in the 2010 World Cup, and yet they were able to reach the round of 16 when they lost to Ghana in extra time.
Now, more of the young kids will replace veterans such as Carlos Bocanegra and Steve Cherundolo, and will propel American soccer even further in the world football landscape.
Expected Stars: Giuseppe Rossi, Giorgio Chiellini, Riccardo Montolivo, and Alberto Aquilani.
Just like their fellow 2006 World Cup final partner, France, Italy had an extremely disappointing 2010 World Cup that saw the defending champions fail to advance from their group.
However, this upcoming group of Italian footballers are extremely talented and will certainly shine in Brazil.
Expected Stars: Guillermo Ochoa, Javier Hernandez, Giovani dos Santos, and Carlos Vela.
After yet another round of 16 exit this year, el Tri will be back and better than ever with their great young players in Brazil.
This Mexican side started to come of age in South Africa, and will be ready for a great run in 2014.
Expected Stars: Asamoah Gyan, Kevin-Prince Boateng, Jonathan Mensah, and Andre Ayew.
They reached the quarterfinal in this World Cup and were just a missed penalty away from the World Cup semifinal.
Now, the youngest side in the 2010 World Cup will be back in Brazil, and they'll be looking to build upon their success from this year.
Expected Stars: Andres Iniesta, Iker Casillas, Pedro, and Javi Martinez.
The winners of the 2010 World Cup, Spain will be heading into the 2014 World Cup as early favorites with some of their key players still on the side as they will be in their prime.
They are extremely talented and will be strong challengers in this World Cup.
Expected Stars: Lionel Messi, Gonzalo Higuain, Carlos Tevez, and Angel di Maria.
After another quarterfinal finish in the 2010 World Cup, the extremely talented young Argentine squad will be back in Brazil as Lionel Messi will be looking to finally get his World Cup title.
With a great offensive attack, Argentina will be looking to once again outscore the opponent while their defense gets sorted out.
Expected Stars: Mesut Ozil, Thomas Mueller, Manuel Neuer, and Lukas Podolski.
The third place finishers in the 2010 World Cup, a young German squad will now head into Brazil as a huge favorite with these fantastic young players.
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Expected Stars: Pato, Neymar, Hulk, and Ganso.
Who else could be the favorite for the 2014 World Cup than the hosts Brazil?
Brazil is about to get a huge amount of great young players to come into the first team with Dunga gone as Brazil start to "rebuild."
Brazil will now be extremely difficult to beat, and will look to win their first World Cup in 12 years at home.