United Kingdom plans to host 2030 World Cup regardless of Euro Cup events

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The UK is determined to host the 2030 World Cup in a joint project with Ireland, UK Sport (British Official Sport), despite sanctions imposed by UEFA on Monday for events that took place during the final of Europe 2020 in London last July. agency) reports ) on Tuesday.

Simon Morton, the agency’s CEO, said: “There are some lessons to be learned, the FA (English Football Federation) launching an audit (…) It’s a very serious matter, but I don’t think that means our candidacy. Is in danger”.

Morton is part of a working group in charge of studying a possible joint candidacy of the United Kingdom and Ireland to hold the World Cup, after the 2022 edition, in Qatar, and in the United States, Mexico and Canada after the 2026 edition.

UEFA fined England a match without spectators and 100,000 euros ($116,000) for violent behavior of English fans before and during the final of the 2020 Euro Cup, in which Italy beat England on penalties

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