FIFA has officially announced that the 2030 FIFA World Cup will be jointly hosted by Portugal, Spain, and Morocco. This decision was reached unanimously during the FIFA Council meeting.

In an official statement posted on FIFA's website, it was stated, "The FIFA Council unanimously decided that the only eligible candidacy is the joint one between Morocco, Portugal, and Spain, which will organize the competition in 2030."

Additionally, as part of the celebration of the competition's centenary, Uruguay, Argentina, and Paraguay will host three matches during the 2030 World Cup. This choice pays homage to the inaugural edition of the tournament, which took place in Uruguay in 1930. Photo by Weloc, Wikimedia commons.