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FIFA president Gianni Infantino has a mind to sanction co-hosting in the 2026 world cup.

The organisation wishes to have a joint hosting for the future event and currently, United States, Canada, and Mexico, the members of CONCACAF federation have their eyes over it to serve the purpose. The federation president Victor Montagliani is also prompt to commence discussion for the same.download (3)-750x489
“We will encourage co-hosting for the World Cup because we need FIFA to show we are reasonable and we have to think about sustainability in long-term,” Infantino announced on Thursday.
Furthermore, “(We) …maybe bring together two, three, four countries who can jointly present a project with three, four, five stadiums each. We will certainly encourage it. Ideally, the countries will be close to each other.”
If we recall, the idea of co-hosting is not a sudden innovation. Even in 2002, the hosting was witnessed to be carried out jointly by Japan and South-Korea. Besides, this notion was also successfully employed at the European Championships, with Belgium and Netherlands co- hosting in 2000, Austria and Switzerland in 2008, and Poland and Ukraine in 2012.
FA chairman Karl-Erik Nilsson also spoke in commendation, “It’s a good idea, and Europe has of course previously worked in this way on the European Championships,”
“We are used to it and it works well, it makes it possible for more countries to arrange (tournaments), and in that way it is positive.” He added.

The Swiss president claims that such a plan would prove FIFA to be ‘considerate’ of ‘sustainability in long-term’.

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The intention, however, suffers a few difficulties to come into being.

First, the issue of fans needs to be pondered upon. Won’t it be expensive and troublesome for the fans to keep travelling across countries to follow their beloved team? And for this won’t they voice in protest?
Also, the joint-hosting can demand elevation in security. And the financial liabilities of individual host nations are also in a debate.

 

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FIFA president Gianni Infantino has a mind to sanction co-hosting in the 2026 world cup.

The organisation wishes to have a joint hosting for the future event and currently, United States, Canada, and Mexico, the members of CONCACAF federation have their eyes over it to serve the purpose. The federation president Victor Montagliani is also prompt to commence discussion for the same.download (3)-750x489
“We will encourage co-hosting for the World Cup because we need FIFA to show we are reasonable and we have to think about sustainability in long-term,” Infantino announced on Thursday.
Furthermore, “(We) …maybe bring together two, three, four countries who can jointly present a project with three, four, five stadiums each. We will certainly encourage it. Ideally, the countries will be close to each other.”
If we recall, the idea of co-hosting is not a sudden innovation. Even in 2002, the hosting was witnessed to be carried out jointly by Japan and South-Korea. Besides, this notion was also successfully employed at the European Championships, with Belgium and Netherlands co- hosting in 2000, Austria and Switzerland in 2008, and Poland and Ukraine in 2012.
FA chairman Karl-Erik Nilsson also spoke in commendation, “It’s a good idea, and Europe has of course previously worked in this way on the European Championships,”
“We are used to it and it works well, it makes it possible for more countries to arrange (tournaments), and in that way it is positive.” He added.

The Swiss president claims that such a plan would prove FIFA to be ‘considerate’ of ‘sustainability in long-term’.

download (4)-750x500

 

The intention, however, suffers a few difficulties to come into being.

First, the issue of fans needs to be pondered upon. Won’t it be expensive and troublesome for the fans to keep travelling across countries to follow their beloved team? And for this won’t they voice in protest?
Also, the joint-hosting can demand elevation in security. And the financial liabilities of individual host nations are also in a debate.

 

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FIFA president Gianni Infantino has a mind to sanction co-hosting in the 2026 world cup.

The organisation wishes to have a joint hosting for the future event and currently, United States, Canada, and Mexico, the members of CONCACAF federation have their eyes over it to serve the purpose. The federation president Victor Montagliani is also prompt to commence discussion for the same.download (3)-750x489
“We will encourage co-hosting for the World Cup because we need FIFA to show we are reasonable and we have to think about sustainability in long-term,” Infantino announced on Thursday.
Furthermore, “(We) …maybe bring together two, three, four countries who can jointly present a project with three, four, five stadiums each. We will certainly encourage it. Ideally, the countries will be close to each other.”
If we recall, the idea of co-hosting is not a sudden innovation. Even in 2002, the hosting was witnessed to be carried out jointly by Japan and South-Korea. Besides, this notion was also successfully employed at the European Championships, with Belgium and Netherlands co- hosting in 2000, Austria and Switzerland in 2008, and Poland and Ukraine in 2012.
FA chairman Karl-Erik Nilsson also spoke in commendation, “It’s a good idea, and Europe has of course previously worked in this way on the European Championships,”
“We are used to it and it works well, it makes it possible for more countries to arrange (tournaments), and in that way it is positive.” He added.

The Swiss president claims that such a plan would prove FIFA to be ‘considerate’ of ‘sustainability in long-term’.

download (4)-750x500

 

The intention, however, suffers a few difficulties to come into being.

First, the issue of fans needs to be pondered upon. Won’t it be expensive and troublesome for the fans to keep travelling across countries to follow their beloved team? And for this won’t they voice in protest?
Also, the joint-hosting can demand elevation in security. And the financial liabilities of individual host nations are also in a debate.

 

READ!

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ronaldo in mask

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