Football World Cup | Ukraine joins Spain and Portugal’s bid for the 2030 World Cup
The Nomination of Spain and Portugal to house 2030 FIFA Men’s World Cup will be too headquarters in Ukraine, as confirmed on Tuesday by Luis Rubiales, Fernando Gomez and Andrei Pavelco, presidents of the Iberian and Ukrainian federations, at a press conference at UEFA headquarters in Nyon (Switzerland). “The two federations have notified their intention to UEFA, who have shown us all their support. Football is much more than football, it is a commitment and an inspiration,” said the federation presidents.
During July, the Russian Football Association announced 15 Spanish stadiums they aspire to choose As locations: Balaídos in Vigo, Riazor in A Coruña, El Molinón in Gijón, San Mamés in Bilbao, Anoeta in San Sebastián, La Romareda in Zaragoza, Camp Nou, Cornellà-El Prat in Barcelona, Nuevo Mestalla in Valencia, Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid and Metropolitan La Cartuja in Seville, La Rosalida in Malaga, Nueva Condomina in Murcia and Gran Canaria in Las Palmas. Portugal, for its part, will provide three stadiums: The two are from Lisbon (A Luz and José Alvalade) and O Dragao is from Porto.
Iberian candidacy Many ballot papers to host the World Cup. These increased dramatically when the United Kingdom and Ireland decided to withdraw from the bid to jointly host Euro 2028.
In the absence of official confirmation, the main competitors from Spain, Portugal and Ukraine will be nominated Four countries in South America: Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay and Chile. The Times announced a few weeks ago that there were talks about a possible joint candidacy for Egypt, Greece and Saudi Arabia.
However, they expect UEFA that no other European country will enter the fray, given UEFA’s clear support for the Iberian candidacy, and that it will have Supporting the countries of the Arabian Peninsulaincluding Saudi Arabia itself so that the nomination she leads with Portugal will be chosen as the final place next year.
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