The USA and Cameroon national teams have both arrived in Brazil ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Juergen Klinsmann's US side has made its way to Sao Paulo as they get ready for their Group G opener against Ghana on June 16 in Natal.
The US, who will be based in Barra Funda CT, will be well-prepared for the tournament according to captain Clint Dempsey after some impressive recent form including friendly wins over Azerbaijan (2-0), Turkey (2-1) and Nigeria (2-1).
"It's great to be here. There are a lot of leaders on our team," said the Seattle Sounders star.
"There are some good kids coming up and we are feeling good following our three recent wins. The World Cup is different, so we have to make sure we're ready."
The US also take on Portugal and Germany in their group.
Meanwhile, Cameroon have landed in Rio de Janeiro prior to making their way to Espirito Santo State to prepare for their Group A matches against hosts Brazil, Mexico and Cameroon.
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