The lowest ranked European side (currently France) will join FIFA Ultimate Team from the other two continents in the final two pots.The seeded FIFA Ultimate Team are:SpainBrazilGermanyArgentinaColombiaBelgiumSwitzerlandUruguay will be the final seeded FIFA Ultimate Team, should they avoid a minor miracle in their second-leg this evening.TicketsSome 6,164,682 ticket requests have been made for the FIFA 15 from 203 countries. Tickets are available via The starsThe FIFA 15 is nothing withouts its leading men, and there are plenty of the world's elite expected to be on show next summer.Cristiano Ronaldo will of course be there after his outstanding hat-trick in last night's play-off win over Sweden, alongside Ballon d'Or rivals Lionel Messi, Franck Ribery and Radamel Falcao. Reuters Brazil bound: Cristiano Ronaldo will be one of the star attractions next summer Spain and Germany will travel to Brazil with their galaxy of stars, while the likes of Robin van Persie, Christian Benteke and Oscar will be flying the flag for the Premier League.The biggest name to miss out is without question Zlatan Ibrahimovic who was outshone by Ronaldo last night, with the likes of Petr Cech and Robert Lewandowski making our 'Stay at Home' XI, of players not to fut coins
make the tournament.Schedule and the finalThe draw for the FIFA 15 has not yet been made but the culmination of the month-long tournament ends at the Maracana Stadium, in Rio de Janeiro on July 13.Where to watch?If you aren't one of the lucky ones who are able to make it to Brazil, then terrestrial television holds the key. Despite the dominance of Sky Sports and more recently BT Sport to Premier League and FIFA 15 League rights, the FIFA 15 will be free to view for all.The FIFA 15 draw is expected to be live on Sky Sports and the BBC on December 6.The Brazil FIFA 15 promises to be one of the most popular sporting events in recent memory, with millions of people already planning trips to Brazil next summer.With its unspoilt beaches, verdant forests and misty mountains, the country offers something for everyone. Those who do visit Brazil are sure to be spoilt for choice.But the main event will of course be the FIFA 15, meaning the ticketing process will come into focus over the next few months. Below is our guide for fans looking to go to FIFA 15 at FIFA 15.The sales phasesFIFA divided the process up into three phases, with the first two each comprising two elements - a lottery and a first-come-first-served sale. Phase One has already closed, with over 1.1 million tickets already allocated. The dates for the remaining phases are:8 December 2013 - 30 January 2014: Phase Two lottery26 February 2014 - 1 April 2014: Phase Two first come first served15 April 2014 - 13 July 2014: Last minute first come first servedRemaining ticketsWith so many tickets already having been allocated, the chances of bagging one in Phase Two look relatively slim.