It is hard for Morocco to dream of organizing the 2030 World Cup. A century after having organized and won the first World Cup in history, Uruguay wants to host this centennial edition. To do this, the Celeste has decided to unite with Argentina, Paraguay and Chile.
The latter has just joined the South American trio that announced his candidacy in October 2017. “The presidents of Argentina Mauricio Macri, Chile Sebastian Piñera, Paraguay Mario Abdo and Uruguay Tabaré Vazquez have managed to an agreement to present a joint candidacy,” wrote the Chilean head of state on Twitter.
The task of Morocco proves difficult in the face of weighty opponents. The Kingdom has no choice but to organize the World Cup with Spain and Portugal to increase its chances of success. During his visit to Rabat in November 2018, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez proposed a joint Morocco-Spain-Portugal candidacy.
That’s not all. Bulgaria, Greece, Romania and Serbia also intend to compete for the 2030 edition, as well as the United Kingdom and Ireland. It looks hot!