2026 FIFA World Cup Bits: Morocco spend $16bn to host the tournament
Morocco today providing more details on its 2026 FIFA World Cup bit said ” Morocco would need to spend almost $US16 billion building infrastructure, proposed stadium, management, renovated all areas around the city. 2026 FIFA World Cup Bits is biggest bits of the world cup. The First time 48 teams participate in FIFA World Cup history.
Less than 3 months to go until the FIFA report for selecting bit this report. North Americans say infrastructure for their bid already in place. Rob Harris said on Twitter “Key selling point for Morocco bid is proximity to Europe – for fan travel and offering favorable kickoff times for viewers – while being more compact & in the 1-time zone.)
When FIFA officials score the bids formWorld Cup 2016, infrastructure of which half relates to stadiums. FIFA Mark that calculation for infrastructure and Stadiums. World Cup bit suffering the high risk.
2026 FIFA World Cup: Morocco spend $16bn to host the tournament
FIFA will want a venue with at least 80,000 seats for the opening game and final. They need only 5 other stadiums have a capacity up to 40,000. the United Bid announced its list of 23 Candidate Host Cities that will be included in the Bid Book.
Marocco said to FIFA they built 9 stadiums, 5 need of maintenance and $3 billion investment in this project. They renovated up to 130 training ground. $12.6 billion part of the Public investment like the hospital, open parking, Airport and FIFA fest ground.
Marocco rebuilt transport infrastructure. 2026 FIFA World cup will be the 23rd World Cup and teams the jump from 32 to 48 participating nations. For this world cup a joint bid by Canada, Mexico and the United States, and a bid by Morocco.
Morocco is the only country stands alone against a coalition of North American countries. FIFA World Cup 2016 bit selection up to 207 of the 211 member federations will vote. This voting will be conducted on June 13 in Moscow.
14 Stadium in 12 hosts for World Cup
- Casablanca, Marrakech, El Jadida, Nador
- Rabat, Tanger, Agadir, Tétouan
- Fès, Meknès, Oujda, Ouarzazate