Morocco joining Spain and Portugal's 2030 FIFA World Cup bid
King Mohammed VI of Morocco joins Spain and Portugal's bid to host the World Cup in 2030. The announcement means that war-torn Ukraine is likely to be dropped from the bid. King Mohammed made the announcement in a message delivered as he was named the winner of the African Football Confederation 2022 Award of Excellence.
Published 3 months ago · Rabat, Morocco
Morocco joins Portugal and Spain in the transcontinental candidacy to organize the 2030 World Cup
Morocco will join Spain and Portugal in the bid to host the 2030 FIFA Men's World Cup, apparently replacing Ukraine in a three-way alliance with the two European nations.
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Morocco joins Portugal and Spain in transcontinental bid to host 2030 World Cup
By Kevin Dotson, CNN Morocco is set to join Spain and Portugal in a bid to host the FIFA 2030 Men’s World Cup, apparently replacing Ukraine in a three-way alliance with the two European nations. Ukraine said it would team up with Spain and Portugal in a joint bid last October, but Morocco’s announcement suggests it will no longer be part of the process. CNN has reached out to all the nations involved. Morocco’s sport minister Chakib Benmoussa un…
3 months ago·Idaho Falls, United StatesRead Full Article
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