World Cup 2030: 6 countries will host the games

World Cup 2030

The World Cup will be held in 2030 in six countries as announced by the world football governing body, Fifa.

Spain, Portugal and Morocco have been announced in the group, while three matches will be played in Uruguay, Argentina and Paraguay.

The game that will start in South America in the tournament will be to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Fifa's first presentation of the tournament in Montevideo.

Next year, the world football governing body, Fifa, will confirm this system in the general meeting that it will hold.

Fifa added that it will consider the possibility of hosting the World Cup in 2034, between Asia and Oceania.

Saudi Arabia is expected to host the Games in 2034 for the first time in history.

The city of Montevideo in Uruguay hosted the World Cup in 1930, the first match will be played here in 2030 and then there will be competition in Argentina and Paraguay.

The rest of the 48 matches will be divided between Africa and Europe, namely Morocco, Portugal and Spain.

If this program is approved, Morocco will be the second in Africa to host the World Cup, after South Africa in 2010.

Portugal has never hosted a World Cup, but did host the European Championships in 2004.

Spain hosted the 1982 tournament, with Italy winning the trophy for the third time overall.

Qatar hosted the World Cup in 2022, which Argentina took third in history.

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