The FIFA Executive Committee has chosen the combined bid of Morocco, Spain, and Portugal for the 2030 World Cup. Unique in its history, this selection stood as the only bid for the esteemed event.
Morocco’s Royal Palace recently confirmed the news. The King’s words resonated with pride, “His Majesty King Mohammed VI is elated to inform the Moroccan people about the unanimous selection of the Morocco-Spain-Portugal bid for the 2030 FIFA World Cup.”
Acknowledging Morocco’s ascent in global football, the royal cabinet expressed gratitude. King Mohammed VI’s spirit of celebration was evident as he praised Spain and Portugal.
Highlighting the joint venture, he emphasized its pivotal role in fortifying enduring bonds among the trio and as a beacon for Euro-African collaboration.
Interestingly, the 2030 World Cup has an unexpected twist. The Athletic reveals, “The inaugural three matches will grace the stadiums of Uruguay, Argentina, and Paraguay.”
This gesture celebrates the centenary of the first-ever World Cup, nodding to the tournament’s origins.