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05 October 2023
In a historic announcement today, FIFA, the international governing body of football/soccer, revealed that the 2030 FIFA World Cup will be hosted jointly by Morocco, Spain, and Portugal. This decision marks a significant moment in the world of football as it brings together nations from Africa and Europe in a collaborative effort to celebrate the beautiful game. One of the standout features of this announcement is the plan for the opening matches of the tournament. In a nod to history, the first three opening games will be held in Uruguay, Argentina, and Paraguay. This decision carries extra significance as it commemorates the 100th anniversary of the FIFA World Cup, which had its inaugural tournament in Uruguay in 1930. Morocco's selection as one of the hosts is particularly noteworthy, as it becomes the second Arab nation to host the World Cup after Qatar's successful hosting in 2022. This decision showcases FIFA's commitment to promoting global inclusivity in the sport. Additionally, FIFA has confirmed that Morocco, Spain, Portugal, Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay will all receive automatic qualification to the 2030 World Cup as host nations.
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