Teams pick their bases for the World Cup in Brazil
The 32 teams taking part in this summer's World Cup have finalised their bases, with the majority choosing to stay in the south east of Brazil.
Twenty four teams will stay in the south east and another three, including holders Spain, will base themselves in the south.
15 teams, including France, are to stay in São Paulo state while Brazil, England, Italy and the Netherlands will set up in Rio de Janeiro state.
Germany, Switzerland and Croatia are among five sides in the hotter north.
World Cup organising committee official Frederico Nantes was excited that everything had been finalised.
"From now on everything feels a little more real. Now that we know exactly where each team will stay and train, we can start to plan in detail issues such as security, transport, logistics and other matters."
The tournament starts with hosts Brazil facing Croatia on 12 June.
Team camps: Algeria (Sorocaba), Australia (Vitória), Argentina (Vespasiano), Belgium (Mogi das Cruzes), Bosnia-Hercegovina (Guarujá), Brazil (Teresópolis), Cameroon (Vitória), Chile (Belo Horizonte), Colombia (Cotia), Costa Rica (Santos), Croatia (Mata de São João), Ecuador (Viamão), England (Rio de Janeiro), France (Ribeirão Preto), Germany (Santa Cruz Cabrália), Ghana (Maceió), Greece (Aracajú), Honduras (Porto Feliz), Italy (Mangaratiba), Iran (Guarulhos), Ivory Coast (Águas de Lindóia), Japan (Itu), South Korea (Foz do Iguacú), Mexico (Santos), Netherlands (Rio de Janeiro), Nigeria (Campinas), Portugal (Campinas), Russia (Itu), Spain (Curitiba), Switzerland (Porto Seguro), Uruguay (Sete Lagoas), United States (São Paulo).