FIFA World Cup 2030™

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Three nations unified by a common vision

Morocco, Portugal and Spain are countries with more than a thousand years of unique yet intertwined cultures. Three nations – on two continents – where football is not merely a sport: it’s a way of life!

United by our shared vision and unwavering passion for the beautiful game, we are joining forces for the first time to bid to host the FIFA World Cup 2030™

Football field

For the world,
for tomorrow

By working together, we will deliver a World Cup™ that is much more than a tournament…it is a celebration of cultures, a bridge between communities, and a catalyst for change, paving the way for a brighter, more inclusive future through the universal language of football.

The three nations from the space

Together in celebration

100 years after the first FIFA World Cup™, now is the time to set the standard for the next 100 years.

To build new bridges. To push new boundaries.

Spain champions

Our Commitment for 2030

A Platform
For Excellence

We will combine our rich football heritage and experience with modern, world-class infrastructure, providing the optimal conditions for players to perform at their best.

A Celebration For The Fans

We will use our standing as the first ever cross-continent men's World Cup to deliver the most fan-friendly tournament, reinforcing connections between people and cultures.

A Legacy
For All

We will deliver a World Cup not just for 2030, but for generations to come, raising the bar for sports events that leave a minimized environmental impact.

Three Nations Two Continents

One Dream

We are three world-leading football countries, united by the ambition to create a FIFA World Cup™ that takes football to the next level.

By combining our experience and expertise, we are committed to delivering a tournament that benefits all 211 FIFA Member Associations across the world.

Moroccan Football Association

Royal Moroccan Football Federation


Morocco is one of the most successful footballing countries in Africa, with the men’s team currently ranked the highest in Africa and 13th in the world. The country’s football infrastructure is among the best in the continent and has been rewarded by CAF by being granted the hosting rights of the 2025 AFCON, and the 2022 and 2024 WAFCON.

In recent years, the country has invested carefully in grassroots football development, the fruits of which have already been seen, with the men’s and women’s team reaching the FIFA World Cup™ semi-finals and Round of 16 respectively.

It would be the first time that the FIFA World Cup™ has been held in Morocco, and only the second time ever in Africa.

Portuguese Football Federation (FPF)

Portuguese Football Federation


From the days of Eusebio to Luis Figo and now Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal has always been a hub of attractive and entertaining football.

Since the successful recent hosting of the UEFA EURO 2004™, the country boasts some of the most advanced stadia and infrastructure in the world. On field performance have also been on the rise, with the men’s team becoming European Champions in 2016 and reaching the semi-finals of the FIFA World Cup™, and the women’s team reaching their first ever FIFA Women’s World Cup™ finals in 2023.

Despite their strong international football pedigree, Portugal has never hosted the FIFA World Cup™, making this a truly momentous occasion for the country.

Spanish Football Federation (RFEF)

Royal Spanish Football Federation


Having been a founding member of FIFA, Spain has been one of the most successful football nations in recent years, with the men’s team winning the FIFA World Cup 2010™, UEFA EURO™ in 2008 and 2012, and UEFA Nations League in 2023. By its side, the women’s team winning the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ in 2023, in only the country’s third World Cup, and the UEFA Women’s Nations League in 2024.    In recent years, extensive efforts have been made to modernize Spanish football infrastructure, with ten stadiums over 40,000 – six of which have been constructed or renovated in the last 10 years. The country also enjoys unprecedented commercial success, largely thanks to the growth of LaLiga, the second most watched league in the world. Spain has hosted the FIFA World Cup™ only once before, in 1982; but it has also hosted an Olympic Games, those in Barcelona in 1992.

Morocco, Portugal, and Spain are three dynamic, football-mad countries. A FIFA World Cup in these countries can excite and inspire the world.

Luís Figo

Luís Figo

With three diverse countries working together, this World Cup can show the power of football to bring people together.

Andres Iniesta

Andres Iniesta

I know first-hand the passion for football in all three countries. The atmosphere in the stadiums, cities and everywhere in between will be incredible.

Noureddine Naybet

Noureddine Naybet


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