Following Spain's 2010 World Cup win over Netherlands on Sunday night, attention now turns to the 2014 World Cup.
The 2014 World Cup is scheduled to take place in Brazil from June 13 to July 13 - the first time the tournament has taken place in South America since 1978 in Argentina.
After having high hopes for the 2010 World Cup, Brazil and rival South American sides will be looking to improve on their own turf, with Brazil and Argentina already being tipped to go all the way in 2014 and leading the betting, with odds being made available to us on Sunday night.
Paddy Power (£100 free bet) make Brazil 3/1 favourites ahead of Argentina (13/2).
2010 World Cup winners Spain are 13/2 to win back-to-back World Cups, while Germany, who impressed in South Africa, a 10/1 chance at time of writing.
Fabio Capello's England side, who suffered a second round exit in South Africa, are currently 14/1 to bounce back and win the World Cup for the first time since 1966.