World Cup 2030: Four South American nations bid jointly for the anniversary edition

World Cup 2030: Four South American nations bid jointly for the anniversary edition

Uruguay, Argentina, Chile and Paraguay applied on Tuesday to host the 2030 FIFA World Cup.

Nomination details will not be revealed at this time and will be submitted to FIFA in May 2023. Matches must be played in 14 different stadiums. From 2026, there will be no 32 countries, but 48 countries participating in the World Cup. After 1930 (Uruguay), 1950 (Brazil), 1962 (Chile), 1978 (Argentina) and 2014 (Brazil), the World Cup could be organized for the sixth time on South American soil.

Spain and Portugal are also serious candidates for the organization and have already announced their candidacies. The UK and Ireland have abandoned their plans and are focusing on the 2028 European Championships. Morocco has yet to submit a nomination. It can be heard in the corridors that Israel is also showing interest, along with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.

In 2026, the 23rd edition of the World Cup will be held in the United States, Mexico and Canada.

Nomination details will not be revealed at this time and will be submitted to FIFA in May 2023. Matches must be played in 14 different stadiums. From 2026, there will be no 32 countries, but 48 countries participating in the World Cup. After 1930 (Uruguay), 1950 (Brazil), 1962 (Chile), 1978 (Argentina) and 2014 (Brazil), the World Cup could be organized for the sixth time on South American soil. Spain and Portugal are also serious candidates for the organization and have already announced their candidacies. The UK and Ireland have abandoned their plans and are focusing on the 2028 European Championships. Morocco has yet to submit a nomination. It can be heard in the corridors that Israel is also showing interest, along with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. In 2026, the 23rd edition of the World Cup will be held in the United States, Mexico and Canada.

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