(WFI) Morocco and North American candidates meet in Zurich with FIFA.
(WFI) Football’s governing body summons Moroccan and North American bid teams to Zurich as evaluation decision looms.
(WFI) The topics for discussion: the Champions League final, Arsenal’s new coach, and FIFA’s impending decision on the validity of 2026 bids.
(WFI) Javier Tebas questions Gianni Infantino’s style and plans for adding new tournaments to football’s crowded calendar.
(WFI) World football’s governing body will announce on May 29 whether both bidders advance to the voting stage.
(WFI) World football’s governing body does not want to deny U.S. territories the right to vote on June 13.
(WFI) The North African bid for the 2026 football tournament presents its case in Brussels.
(WFI) At AIPS Congress, United bid announces $11 billion in profits for FIFA if 2026 World Cup goes to North America.
(WFI) Morocco receives the visit of FIFA’s Task Force ahead of the 2026 World Cup bidding vote
Roberto Carlos with Morocco 2026 Bid CEO Hicham El Amrani (Morocco 2026) Rabat, Morocco – 13 April 2018 Morocco 2026 is pleased to announce that former Brazil star, Roberto Carlos, has today joined the Moroccan FIFA World Cup bid as an ambassador. Carlos, who enjoyed an illustrious and successful career, will lend his influential voice