The tournament in Brazil has been under threat due to demonstrations spreading across the country, but football's governing body says the show will go onFifa say they have no plans to cancel the Confederations Cup taking place in Brazil, despite anti-government protests spreading across the country.
Over one million people took to the streets on Thursday, voicing their anger over the way they have been cast aside to make way for the World Cup in 2014.
However, football's governing body released the following statement regarding the eight-team competition.
"To date, neither Fifa nor the LOC (local organising committee) have ever discussed any such possibility.''
An 18-year-old was killed during the protests after a collision with a car in Sao Paolo on Thursday, while others were injured.