Saudi Arabia Will Host The 2034 World Cup

31 October 2023 Sports

Originally, Australia was slated to host the 2034 World Cup, but Saudi Arabia appears set to fill the void after Australia revoked its bid.

The International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) had earlier opened the door to countries interested in hosting the 2034 World Cup. The 2034 edition of the World Cup is expected to return to Asia for the third time in its history.

Saudi Arabia officially submitted its bid for the 2034 World Cup on October 9, hoping to become the third Arab country to host after Qatar in 2022 and Morocco alongside Spain and Portugal in 2030.

Originally, Australia planned to bid for the 2034 World Cup hosting rights, but today announced its withdrawal and supported Saudi Arabia's bid.

According to the Australian Football Federation, "We wish FIFA and the rightful host of the 2034 World Cup the greatest success for the sake of the game and for all those who love it."

Australia highlighted its success in jointly hosting the Women’s World Cup with New Zealand and achieving significant profits. The focus will now shift to hosting other important football events.

The withdrawal of Australia makes Saudi Arabia a potential contender to host the 2034 World Cup, enhancing its chances of hosting the prestigious competition.


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