Who will host the football world cup 2018?
I know the world cup 2014 will be hosted in Brazil,. but has it already been decided were the world cup will be hosted in 2018?
I see the Football World Cup as similar to the Olympics in that the board of directors wants to put the event in different countries to give them world-wide influence and help bring in a new world order faster and smoother. So, I am estimating that they will push to have the World Cup in a Middle Eastern country which perhaps isn't in a warfare conflict and is or wants to be part of NATO.
That is my thinking now, but I really have to do some more research.
The 2018 and 2022 world cups are currently in the bidding process. FIFA will be announcing the results on 2 December 2010.
The countries that are bidding are: Australia, England, Japan, Qatar, Russia, South Korea, and the United States. Belgium and the Netherlands as well as Portugal and Spain are bidding together.
bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cups is currently underway.The executive committee of FIFA will announce their decision for the two editions on 2 December 2010.In 2 dec 2010 we will know Who will host the football world cup 2018
by TravelMonkey8 years ago
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