Argentina and Uruguay have expressed a joint bid for the World Cup in 2030.
This was announced during a joint news conference by Argentina’s President Mauricio Marci with Uruguayan leader Tabare Vazquez.
“There is no better opportunity than committing to run as joint candidates to host that World Cup” in 2030, Macri said.
There is no better opportunity than committing to run as joint candidates to host that World Cup
Macri is a former president of top Argentina football club Boca Juniors and his counterpart, Tabare Vazquez was president of Uruguayan side Progreso.
The next two tournaments have already been allocated to Russia in 2018 and Qatar in 2022.