Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay Announce Plans For World Cup Bid

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It is mentioned that China and one of European countries may only compete for hosting the World Cup.

The three countries' presidents announced the plan in Buenos Aires on Wednesday and although the bidding process will not begin for several more years, two or three stadiums are likely to be used in Paraguay and Uruguay and six to eight in Argentina.

Paraguay's President Horacio Cartes said that the first meeting will be organized in the first week of November.

"This region deserves to host a World Cup; it' s a passion shared by Uruguayans, Paraguayans and Argentines".

The World Cup of 2030 will become the tribute to the tournament's centenary, which honors the first World soccer series, celebrated in Uruguay in 1930.

The first is 2030 World Cup for Uruguay, which hosted tournament in 1930, 100 of organization.is a distinct significance due to its year.

Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay plan to make a joint bid to host the 2030 World Cup.

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"The idea came from Uruguay and it took 40 seconds for us to say yes", Macri said.

"And when Paraguay was proposed it took me another 40 seconds to agree. I think it has made our candidacy stronger".

The South American trio said yesterday that bosses are to meet later this year to prepare their combined bid to host the tournament.

Earlier in the day, the heads of state met with Infantino, who did not participate in the press conference.

"It is an honour and a pleasure to be here, in the home of Argentinian football", he said.

Tensions between the tubby tyrant and Donald Trump have been threatening to boil over in recent months after the USA president said Kim "won't be around much longer". While football in China is nowhere near the level of the South American countries or England, an enormous amount of money is being poured into the game and the Chinese Super League is the fifth-most attended soccer league in the world, ahead of Serie A and Ligue 1.

Argentina, meanwhile, won the 1978 tournament, which they hosted, beating The Netherlands 3-1 in the final in Buenos Aires.

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