FIFA World Cup 2030 host country, stadiums list and final venue

FIFA World Cup 2030 host country, stadiums list and final venue

Here is where the final for the FIFA World Cup 2030 could be held, check out the possible final venue and candidates 

The 2030 World Cup will be held on three continents after Morocco, Portugal, and Spain won the bid to host the 48-team event, but according to The Guardian, Uruguay, Argentina, and Paraguay will host the first three matches.

FIFA World Cup 2030 host country, stadiums location list and final venue

The decision, which even seasoned Fifa observers were surprised by, means that the World Cup 2030 would include teams competing in six nations, each of which will automatically qualify.

The World Cup has never been staged on more than one continent, and environmental organisations were appalled by the idea of a competition that would cover thousands of kilometres. The decision and timing appeared to provide Saudi Arabia the opportunity to host the World Cup in 2034, since the nation soon after presented their bid for the event.

Australia is rumoured to be interested in bidding for 2034, possibly along with Indonesia, the fourth-most populous nation in the globe, thus it is predicted that Saudi Arabia won’t be the only contender.


Meanwhile, a day after Portugal, Spain, and Morocco were named as the joint hosts of the 2030 World Cup, there were signs of conflict as both nations argued to host the final.

Tensions over migration and territory have characterised relations between Spain and Morocco for decades. The presence of Spanish enclaves in Africa and the annual entry of thousands of undocumented migrants into Spain via Morocco have frequently resulted in diplomatic crises.

FIFA discloses six World Cup 2030 hosts

Morocco, Spain and Portugak are set to host the World Cup 2030 while Uruguay,  Argentina and Paraguay will host their owning games at home following the celebration of 100 years since the first edition.

Which cities and stadiums will host World Cup 2030 games?


The participating nations will focus on selecting the locations and venues for the competition now that the (many) hosts have been chosen. Despite the tournament’s 48 teams and 104 games, Spain has developed a longlist of 15, which will likely need to be drastically reduced. As per AS here is the list of the potential venues in Spain:

  • Balaídos (Vigo)
  • El Molinón (Gijón)
  • Riazor (A Coruña)
  • San Mamés (Bilbao)
  • Anoeta (San Sebastián)
  • La Romareda (Zaragoza)
  • Camp Nou (Barcelona)
  • RCDE Stadium (Cornellà-El Prat)
  • Santiago Bernabéu (Madrid)
  • Metropolitano (Madrid)
  • Nuevo Mestalla (Valencia)
  • Nueva Condomina (Murcia)
  • La Cartuja (Seville)
  • La Rosaleda (Málaga)
  • Gran Canaria (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria)

Potential venue for the World Cup 2023 final

The World Cup 2030 title game is apparently most likely to take place in Real Madrid’s Estadio Santiago Bernabe, the same stadium where West Germany and Italy squared off in the 1982 World Cup final. However, Morocco and Spain are battling to host the final.