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FIFA: 2030 World Cup to be held in 6 countries across 3 continents

FIFA: 2030 World Cup to be held in 6 countries across 3 continents
October 04
18:12 2023

The 2030 World Cup will be held across six countries in three continents, FIFA has confirmed.

In a statement on Wednesday, the international governing body of football announced the joint bid of Spain, Portugal and Morocco will be the “sole candidacy” for the rights to host the competition.

FIFA added that the opening three matches of the competition will take place in Uruguay, Argentina and Paraguay in commemoration of the World Cup’s centenary.

The World Cup was first held in 1930 and hosted by Uruguay.


The decision is set to be ratified at a Fifa congress next year.

“In 2030, the FIFA World Cup will unite three continents and six countries, inviting the entire world to join in the celebration of the beautiful game, the Centenary and the FIFA World Cup itself,” the statement reads.

“The FIFA Council unanimously agreed that the sole candidacy will be the combined bid of Morocco, Portugal, and Spain, which will host the event in 2030 and qualify automatically from the existing slot allocation subject to the completion of a successful bidding process conducted by FIFA and a decision by the FIFA Congress in 2024.


“Additionally, having taken into account the historical context of the first-ever FIFA World Cup, the FIFA Council further unanimously agreed to host a unique centenary celebration ceremony in Uruguay’s capital, Montevideo, where the first ever FIFA World Cup took place in 1930, as well as three World Cup matches in Uruguay, Argentina and Paraguay respectively.”

The 2026 World Cup is billed hosted by the US, Mexico and Canada.

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