Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay confirm candidacy to host the 2030 World Cup

The Vice President of Paraguay, Hugo Velázquez, confirmed the candidacy of the South American countries at a press conference.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The illusion of bringing the 2030 World Cup to South America is taking shape after Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay re-launched their candidacy to host the World Cup.

At a press conference, the vice-president of Paraguay, Hugo Velázquez, announced the South American countries' proposal to "carry out the 2030 . . .

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