The 2030 World Cup: A Spanish, Portuguese and Moroccan desire to build “bridges between civilizations”

The president of the Spanish Superior Sports Council, José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes, affirmed the “union” of Spain, Portugal and Morocco to establish “bridges between civilizations” by organizing the 2030 World Cup.

Uribes underlined in a Council press release published this Wednesday that the three countries and their football federations are “united” to achieve the “best project for the 2030 World Cup”, in a “coordinated and consensual” way.

In this regard, the Spanish official called for organizing the World Cup “for football, for the world, for tomorrow”, thanks to the slogan of the tripartite file “Yalla vamos”, which “represents a proactive growth objective for football in the whole world “.

Uribes said: “In this context, the nomination focused on building bridges between civilizations, creating a welcoming environment for visitors from all backgrounds, and transmitting a lasting legacy in the fields of sustainability, innovation, investment and social impact”.

Yesterday in Lisbon, the official logo of the joint candidacy of Morocco, Spain and Portugal to host the 2030 World Cup was unveiled, bearing the expression “Yalla vamos 2030” and the visual identity of the candidacy file .

During this event, attended in particular by Fouzi Lekjaa, president of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation, Fernando Gomes, president of the Portuguese Football Federation, and Fernando Sanz of the Spanish Football Federation, the pillars and the verbal slogan of the file tripartite were also presented, as well as the website, official video and social media pages.

It should be noted that at the end of last October, a letter of intent was signed at the Mohammed VI Football Center in Salé, as part of the Morocco-Spain-Portugal tripartite candidacy for the organization of the 2030 FIFA World Cup.

The Council of the International Football Federation decided on October 4, unanimously, to adopt the file of Morocco, Spain and Portugal as the sole candidacy for the organization of the 2030 World Cup.

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