The upcoming 24th edition of the esteemed FIFA World Cup in 2030 is set to make history by spanning six countries across three continents, as officially confirmed by FIFA and various international media outlets.
In a groundbreaking move, Spain, Portugal, and Morocco will collaborate to host the 2030 FIFA World Cup, with the tournament's inaugural three matches scheduled to take place in the South American nations of Uruguay, Argentina, and Paraguay.
Additionally, all six host countries of the World Cup will automatically qualify for the 2030 FIFA World Cup, a decision that aligns with FIFA's earlier resolution to expand the participating teams to 48, beginning with the 2026 World Cup.
Notably, FIFA has chosen to commemorate the centenary of the World Cup's inception by holding its initial trio of matches in South American countries.
It's worth recalling that the inaugural FIFA World Cup took place in the South American continent, with Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay, hosting the inaugural edition in 1930. During that historic event, Uruguay emerged as the inaugural champions, while Argentina claimed the runner-up position.
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