Official: Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, and Paraguay jointly bid to host the 2030 World Cup
February 08 News The Argentine Football Association officially announced that it will jointly bid with Uruguay, Chile, and Paraguay to host the 2030 World Cup.
Argentine Football Federation President Tapia, CONMEBOL President Alessandro Dominguez, Argentine National Tourism and Sports Minister Matias Ramones, Uruguayan National Sports Minister Sebastian Boza, Chilean
Sports Minister Bernardo Vagara and Paraguayan Sports Minister Diego Harrison attended the press conference and delivered speeches.
The president of the Argentine Football Association, Tapia, said that if the bid is successful, the first match of the 2030 World Cup will definitely be held in Argentina, and the final will be held in Uruguay.