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Six early bids for the 2030 FIFA World Cup have been proposed, with a collective bid from the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, a proposed bid by the Football Federation of Chile, a proposed joint bid from Uruguay and Argentina, a proposed bid from Colombia, a proposed bid from England, and a proposed joint bid from New Zealand and Australia.
The Uruguay–Argentina bid would coincide with the centennial anniversary of the first FIFA World Cup in Uruguay and the bicentennial of the first Constitution of Uruguay. England FA vice president David Gill has proposed that his country could potentially bid for 2030, provided that the bidding process is made more transparent.
Confirmed plan to bid
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