Morocco's bid to host the 2026 Fifa World Cup were dashed after the north African nation only received 33% of the vote while the joint bid from the U.S., Canada and Mexico received 67%.
2026 World Cup - How Nigeria, Other Countries Voted - FIFA
Premium Times, 13 June 2018
More details have emerged about how countries voted for the host of the 2026 football World Cup. Read more »
Morocco's World Cup Dreams Shattered as U.S., Canada, Mexico Win 2026 Bid
allAfrica, 13 June 2018
Morocco's bid to host the 2026 Fifa World Cup were dashed after the north African nation only received 33% of the vote while the joint bid from the U.S., Canada and Mexico received… Read more »
World Cup trophy (file photo).
Morocco, Trump's Coalition in Final Battle to Host 2026 World Cup
They say football should not be mixed with politics, but U.S. President; Donald Trump has since April, thrown both in a blender for a good mix. A decision will be made today in… Read more »
Nigeria, 210 Others Decide Whether Morocco or North America Will Host 2026 World Cup Today
Guardian, 13 June 2018
President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Mr. Amaju Melvin Pinnick and the heads of the remaining 210 member associations of the world football -governing body, FIFA will… Read more »
Zimbabwe Settle for Americans in 2026 World Cup Battle
The Herald, 6 June 2018
Zimbabwe will back the joint bid by the United States of America, Mexico and Canada, instead of Morocco, for the right to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup football finals. Read more »
Namibia Shuns Morocco's 2026 World Cup Bid ... Over Western Sahara Issue
New Era, 5 June 2018
The Namibia Football Association (NFA) has thrown their weight behind ongoing continental and international efforts to free the people of Western Sahara from the oppressive jaws of… Read more »
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