The British newspaper, The Times, reported that Saudi Arabia is preparing to announce a joint offer with Egypt and Greece to host the 2030 World Cup, noting that the announcement of a joint organization between Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Greece has become imminent, and comes after talks at high levels of government.
As with the World Cup in Qatar this year if the bid is successful, the tournament will have to be played in winter to avoid the extreme temperatures of June and July.
She indicated that Saudi Arabia will be the main partner, and will pay – or at least – contribute to the infrastructure costs of the other two countries.
The competition to host the 2030 World Cup will be fierce, as Uruguay, Argentina, Chile and Paraguay submitted a (joint bid) in early August to host the event, and Spain and Portugal launched their joint campaign to host the 2030 World Cup, while the media reported, in mid-July, Morocco has settled on making its own bid to host the tournament.
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