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Morocco, Spain, and Portugal have emerged as the official hosts for the 2030 FIFA World Cup, announced by the global soccer governing body FIFA on Wednesday. The joint bid, featuring these three nations, stood as the sole candidate to host the tournament.
Meanwhile, Uruguay, Argentina and Paraguay will host the opening matches to mark the tournament’s centenary.
This milestone event will mark the first time in the tournament’s history that it will span three continents and include six host countries.
FIFA shared, “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…