The tripartite committee that was formed between Morocco, Spain and Portugal to organize the World Cup in 2030 held its first meeting since the announcement of the organization of this global sporting event.
The tripartite committee to nominate for the 2030 Cup met in Las Rozas, Spain, headed by Pedro Rocha, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Spanish Football Federation, Faouzi Lakjaa, President of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation, and Fernando Gomez, President of the Portuguese Football Federation.
At this meeting, Pedro Rocha, President of the Spanish Football Federation, considered that Morocco’s inclusion in the bid to host the World Cup constitutes a major pillar of its success during the FIFA General Assembly in December 2024.
He added that Morocco will have a major role in the success of the 2030 World Cup project, with Morocco joining the work teams, which will give great strength to achieve the goal.
For his part, Fawzi Lakjaa stressed his awareness of the great responsibility that everyone bears in the face of a great historic opportunity to join efforts alongside a professional team that works with all diligence and perseverance, in order to reach the goal, considering it a great honor for Morocco to be a party to this strong and important nomination.
For his part, Fernando Gomez, President of the Portuguese Football Federation, gave a reading of the file at the present time, pointing out the joint professional work that will be a major milestone in winning the hosting of the 7th FIFA World Cup in 2030.
It was decided to hold the next meeting on October 4, this time in the capital, Rabat, in the presence of the presidents of the Spanish and Portuguese federations and the president of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation, in order to take steps forward in this file.