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Morroco joins Spain , Portugal in bid for 2030 World cup

Morocco has officially joined Spain and Portugal’s bid to host the World Cup finals in 2030.

The country’s Sports Minister Chakib Benmoussa announced at the CAF President Outstanding Achievement Awards Ceremony ongoing in Kigali, Rwanda.

The North African giants will join forces with the Iberian neighbours as they seek to host the tournament in seven years’ time.

Morocco were impressive at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, reaching the semi-finals and eventually lost to Croatia in the third place final.

The FIFA 2030 World Cup is touted to be the centenary anniversary of the World cup which started in 1930.

“I think they will be up against a really strong bid from South America, which is a joint bid with Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Chile. That’s really significant because in 2030, it will be 100 years since the World Cup in Uruguay in 1930. So a lot of people thinking it will be nice if it’s back in Uruguay” said Sky Sports News’ chief reporter Kaveh Solhekol

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