2030 World Cup Bid: Motsepe wishes Morocco the best

The president of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), Patrice Motsepe, on Tuesday in Kigali, wished the best for Morocco which has announced its bid, jointly with Spain and Portugal, to host the 2030 football world cup.

Motsepe expressed his joy to see Morocco present its candidature for the 2030 World Cup, in a statement on the sidelines of the ceremony of the CAF President’s Outstanding Achievement Award-2022, awarded to King Mohammed VI and President Paul Kagame of Rwanda. On behalf of the 54 African countries, the President expressed his gratitude to the King for His role in the development of football in Morocco, which has contributed greatly to the influence of this sport beyond the Kingdom.

For Motsepe, the award received by the King is also a recognition of the many heads of state and government who are working together for the development of football in the African continent.

King Mohammed VI announced Morocco’s joint bid with Spain and Portugal to host the 2030 World Cup, in a message on the occasion of the presentation of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) President’s Outstanding Achievement Award-2022.

This joint bid, unprecedented in the history of football, will be the union between Africa and Europe, between the north and south of the Mediterranean, and between the African, Arab and Euro-Mediterranean worlds, the Sovereign noted.

The Sovereign also specified that this bid will be one of bringing together the best of both sides, and demonstrating an alliance of genius, creativity, experience and means.


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