FIFA Reveals Huge Plans for World Cup 2030

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The FIFA Virtual Council Meeting no.25 has a huge outcome as FIFA has revealed the sensational plan for the FIFA World Cup 2030.

On Wednesday (October 4), FIFA revealed their hosting rights planning for the FIFA World Cup 2030, which will be the 100th anniversary of the inaugural FIFA World Cup edition.

A total of six nations from three different continents will host the FIFA World Cup 2030. All the six hosting teams will automatically qualify for the 48-team tournament.

European nations Spain and Portugal and African country Morocco will majorly host the FIFA World Cup 2023. Moreover, South American nations Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay will also act as the hosts.

The South American countries will organize one match each to begin the tournament. Uruguayan capital city's Estadio Centenario will host the tournament opener, which hosted the 1930 World Cup Final.

Spain, Portugal, and Morocco will organize all remaining WC 2030 matches. The initial bidding battle for the hosting rights was between Spain-Portugal-Morocco vs Argentina-Paraguay-Uruguay-Chile.

FIFA World Cup 2030 hosting rights will only be confirmed in next year's meeting of the 211 member federations, where formal approval will be required.

So, the FIFA World Cup 2030 is close to becoming the first FIFA World Cup edition to run in more than one continent. FIFA has also invited AFC and OFC members to bid to host the FIFA World Cup 2034.

While Australia and New Zealand may show desperation to host the FIFA World Cup 2034, Saudi Arabia is the strongest contender by immediately announcing their hosting interest.

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