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Old October 1st, 2009, 09:06 PM   #1
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FIFA World Cup 2022 bids

Considering the fact that 2018 will probably be hosted by Europe, what would be the best choice or 2022? Looks like it will be in Asia (5 countries from AFC and 1 from Concacaf).

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Australia
http://www.australia2018-2022.com.au/



In September 2007, the Football Federation Australia confirmed that Australia would bid for the 2018 World Cup finals. Previously, in late May 2006, the Victorian sports minister, Justin Madden, said that he wanted his state to drive a bid to stage the 2018 World Cup. Frank Lowy, the FFA chairman, has stated that they are aiming to use 16 stadia for the bid. Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd announced the Federal Government's support for the bid,[ and in December 2008, Federal minister for sport Kate Ellis announced that the federal government would give the FFA $45.6 million to fund its World Cup bid preparation. Rudd met with Sepp Blatter to discuss the Commonwealth Government's support of the bid in Zurich in July 2009 At the 58th FIFA Congress, held in Sydney, FIFA president Sepp Blatter suggested that Australia concentrate on hosting the 2022 tournament, but Lowy responded by recommitting Australia to its 2018 bid.

Previously, Australia has hosted several football tournaments. The FIFA U-20 World Cup has twice been held in Australia, in 1993 and 1981, while in 2000 Australia hosted the Olympic Football Tournament. Australia has also hosted the OFC Nations Cup twice (1998 and 2004). Australia has also enjoyed success hosting other major sporting events recently, with the 2000 Summer Olympics held in Sydney, the 2003 Rugby World Cup, the 2006 Commonwealth Games held in Melbourne and the 2008 Rugby League World Cup. Australia is bidding to host the 2015 AFC Asian Cup.




Indonesia
http://www.wc2022indonesia.com/0809/admin/


Gelora Bung Karno Stadium hosted the final in the 2007 AFC Asian Cup.In January 2009 the Football Association of Indonesia confirmed their intention to bid for the 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cups, with government support. In February 2009 the Football Association of Indonesia launched "Green World Cup Indonesia 2022" campaign. This campaign included a $1 billion plan to upgrade supporting infrastructure beside stadia to meet FIFA's requirements. The funds to construct stadia are to come from regional governments.

In the campaign presentation, Indonesian FA president, Nurdin Halid said he believed Indonesia stood a chance to win FIFA's approval to host the 2022 World Cup, despite the relatively poorer infrastructure, coupled with the low quality of the national squad compared to other candidates. He said Indonesia had proposed a "Green World Cup 2022", hoping to capitalize on the current green and global warming movement worldwide: "Our deforestation rate has contributed much to world pollution. By hosting the World Cup, we wish to build infrastructure and facilities that are environmentally friendly so we can give more to the planet."

Though its team is currently ranked 137 in the FIFA World Rankings, Indonesia has previously made World Cup history. It became the first Asian nation to play in a World Cup, at the 1938 tournament in France under its colonial name of the Dutch East Indies. Indonesia also has recent tournament hosting experience as the host of 2007 AFC Asian Cup.




Japan

Japan is bidding to become the first Asian country to host the World Cup twice, however the fact that they were co-hosts so recently in 2002 is expected to work against them in their bid. Although Japan does not currently have an 80,000-seat capacity stadium, it is banking on Tokyo winning the bid to host the 2016 Olympics, which will use a proposed 100,000-seat stadium as its showpiece. The Japan bid team is relying heavily on a successful Olympic bid for its World Cup bid. The Vice-President of the Japan Football Association, Junji Ogura, has admitted that if Tokyo fails in its bid, the chances of Japan hosting either the 2018 or 2022 World Cup are not very good. Japan has however won the rights to host the 2019 Rugby World Cup.



Qatar

http://www.qatar2022bid.com/



Qatar, with a population of just over 1.3 million people, has made a bid for only the 2022 World Cup. Despite having a shortage of World-Cup-standard stadia and summer temperatures upwards of 40 degree Celsius, Qatar is attempting to become the first Arab nation to host the World Cup. Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, son of the present Emir of Qatar, is the chairman of the bid committee. Qatar is planning to promote this bid as an Arab unity bid and hope to draw on support from the entire Arab world, and are positioning this as an opportunity to bridge the gap between the Arab and western worlds.

Working against the Qatar bid is the extreme temperature in the desert nation. The World Cup is always held in the summer months of June and July. During this period the average daytime high in most of Qatar is in excess of 40°C (104°F), the average daily low temperatures not dropping below 30°C (86°F). In response to this issue, Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, the 2022 Qatar bid chairman, has stated, "the event has to be organized in June or July. We will have to take the help of technology to counter the harsh weather. We have already set in motion the process. A stadium with controlled temperature is the answer to the problem. We have other plans up our sleeves as well."


South Korea


Like fellow 2002 co-host Japan, South Korea has entered the bidding process, albeit only for the 2022 World Cup. Although South Korea does not currently have an 80,000-seater capacity stadium, it could upgrade an existing venue to meet that capacity. There are three grounds which can seat over 60,000 people – Seoul Olympic Stadium, Seoul World Cup Stadium and Daegu Stadium, and other venues meet hosting requirements as they were built for the 2002 World Cup.



United States
http://www.gousabid.com/




Main article: United States 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cup bid
U.S. Soccer said in February 2007 that it would put forth a bid for the 2018 World Cup. The United States previously hosted the 1994 FIFA World Cup, which set financial, attendance, and average attendance records.[67] Almost every CONCACAF Gold Cup along with both the 1999 and 2003 FIFA Women's World Cups were held in the country. The vice president of FIFA, Jack Warner, who is also the president of CONCACAF, originally said he would try to bring the World Cup back to the CONCACAF region. However, Warner also stated that he would prefer if the USSF changed their plans to make a bid for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. In April 2009, American President Barack Obama wrote a letter to FIFA President Sepp Blatter in support of the American bid, and then met with him in July 2009.

On January 28, 2009, U.S. Soccer announced that it would submit simultaneous bids for the 2018 and 2022 Cups. David Downs, president of Univision Sports, is executive director of the bid. Other committee members include president of U.S. Soccer Sunil Gulati, U.S. Soccer chief executive officer Dan Flynn, Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber, and Phil Murphy, the former national finance chair for the Democratic National Committee. Initially, in April 2009, the U.S. identified 70 stadia in 50 communities as possible venues for the tournament, with 58 confirming their interest. The list of stadia was trimmed two months later to 45 in 37 communities, and in August 2009 was trimmed again to 32 stadiums in 27 communities. The bid relies mostly on large American football stadiums; the 32 venues still under consideration have an average capacity of 74,000, and only two seat less than 60,000.

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FIFA World Cup 2018 European bids

After Africa and America, the games will probably be hosted by Asia or Europe. With Mexico´s withdraw, USA is the only country competing against Europe and Asia. The rules says if Europe gets 18, Asia and USA will battle for 22, if Asia gets 2018, Europe and USA will battle for 2022. Only if USA wins 2018, All countries from Europe and Asia will battle for 2022. Let´s pretend an European bid will take it in 2018. What should it be?

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Belgium and the Netherlands
http://www.thebid.org/?lang=nl




Alain Courtois, a Belgian Member of Parliament, announced in October 2006 that a formal bid would be made on behalf of the three Benelux countries: Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg. In June 2007 the three countries launched their campaign not as a joint bid in the manner of the Korea-Japan World Cup in 2002, but emphasizing it as a common political organization. Luxembourg would not host any matches or automatically qualify for the finals in a successful Benelux bid, but would host a FIFA congress. Ultimately, in March 2009, Belgium and the Netherlands registered their intention to bid jointly.

A delegation led by the presidents of the Belgian and Dutch national football associations met FIFA president Sepp Blatter on November 14, 2007, officially announcing their interest in submitting a joint bid. On March 19, 2008 the delegation also met with UEFA President Michel Platini to convince him that it was a serious offer under one management. Afterwards they claimed to have impressed Platini, who supports the idea of getting the world cup to Europe. In 2009, Blatter suggested that joint bids would be rejected if a suitable individual bid was available. Another factor that is against the Benelux bid is the lack of a 80,000 capacity stadium to host the final. However, the city council of Rotterdam gave permission in March 2009 for development of a new stadium with a capacity of around 80,000 seats to be completed in time for the possible World Cup in 2018.

Belgian prime minister Yves Leterme met the mayor of the city of Brussels Freddy Thielemans and SNCB leader Jannie Haek to discuss plans for a new 60,000-seater stadium in Brussels, for which there are three possibilities: the first would be to renovate and expand the current King Baudouin Stadium, the second would be to build a new stadium on the Heysel, and the third would be to build one on the property of the SNCB in the municipality of Schaerbeek. As a whole, Leterme stated that Belgium should get 4 stadia with a capacity of 40,000 together with the new 60,000-seater stadium in Brussels. Euro 2000 was also jointly hosted by Belgium and the Netherlands. On June 23, former French football international Christian Karembeu was presented as official counselor for the joint bid.


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The Holland Belgium Bid

STADIONS

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Nederland

HEERENVEEN - Abe Lenstra Stadion - 26.800



Expansion: The stadium wants to upgrade to 40 to 45.000 seats.

ENSCHEDE - De Grolsch Veste - 24.000



Expansion: The stadium wants 44.000 seats for the World Cup.

EINDHOVEN - Philips Stadion - 35.000



Expansion: The stadium is trying to find a way to expand to 42.000 seats.

AMSTERDAM - Amsterdam ArenA - 51.628



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Expension: Amsterdam wants to expand the ArenA to approx. 80.000 seats.

ROTTERDAM - Nieuwe Kuip - 87.000(?)



Expans: This stadion has not been built yet.
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België

BRUGGE - Loppern Stadion(?) - 40.000



Expanson: This stadium hasn't been built yet.

GENT - Arteveldestadion - 20.000



Expansion: This stadium is now u/c and will open in the season of 2010-2011.

ANTWERPEN - The Port of Antwerp Stadium - 25.000



Expansion: This stadium hasn't been built yet, but if it will it will have space over to expand to 45.000 seats.

GENK - Cristal Arena - 24.604



Expansion: If NL & BE will host the World Cup this stadium will get a facelift and probably expand to 45.000 seats.

BRUSSEL - Nieuw Stadion - 65.000



Expansion: Brussels wants to expand the old stadium or built a new one.

LUIK - Nieuw Stadion - ??????



Expansion: The club Standar wants a new stadium.

CHARLEROI - Nieuw Stadion - ???????



Expansion: The club Sporting needs a new stadium.

England
www.england2018bid.com




Main article: English 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cup bid
On October 31, 2007, The Football Association officially announced that it will bid to host the event. On April 24, 2008 England finalised a 63-page bid to host the 2018 World Cup, focusing on the development of football worldwide. On October 24, 2008 the Football Association named the Executive Board to prepare the bid: FA chairman Lord Triesman, Lord Mawhinney (chairman of the Football League), David Gill (chief executive of Manchester United), Minister for Sport, Gerry Sutcliffe, Simon Johnson, Sir Keith Mills (deputy Chairman of the London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games), Baroness Amos and Sir Martin Sorrell. On 27 January 2009, England officially submitted their bid to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Richard Caborn will lead England's bid to stage the 2018 World Cup after stepping down as Sports Minister.

The United Kingdom government is backing the England 2018 bid. In November 2005, then-Chancellor Gordon Brown and Sport Minister Tessa Jowell first announced that they were to investigate the possibility of bidding. That month, Adrian Bevington, the Football Association's Director of Communications, announced the support of the Government and the Treasury in the bid, but put off definite proposals. Brown reiterated his support for a bid in March 2006, before England's 2006 World Cup campaign, and again in May 2006. The UK government launched its official report on February 12, 2007, in which it was made clear that its support was for an England-only bid and that all games would be played at English grounds.

FIFA Officials have also expressed interest in an English bid. David Will, a vice-president of FIFA, noted England's World Cup proposal as early as May 2004.Franz Beckenbauer, leader of Germany's successful bid for the 2006 World Cup and a member of FIFA's Executive Committee, has twice publicly backed an English bid to host the World Cup, in January and July 2007. FIFA President Sepp Blatter has said he would welcome a 2018 bid from "the homeland of football." Blatter met Gordon Brown on October 24, 2007 to discuss the bid while paying a visit to England. England has previously hosted the 1966 World Cup and Euro '96, as well as previously bidding for the 2006 World Cup. Should England succeed, it would be the sixth nation to host the World Cup for a second time.

Sixteen cities from across England have put their names forward as potential venues for the World Cup. These cities are Birmingham, Bristol, Derby, Hull, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Nottingham, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Sheffield and Sunderland



Portugal and Spain



The President of the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF), Gilberto Madail, proposed a joint bid with Spain in November 2007. The bid intent was confirmed by FIFA president, Sepp Blatter, on February 18, 2008.[56] However, the president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), Angel Villar, announced in July 2008 that it was Spain's intention to submit an individual World Cup bid, and that positive contacts had already taken place with the government, through the secretary of sports, Jaime Lissavetzky. No specifications were made then regarding a joint bid with Portugal. On November 23, 2008, after his re-election for the RFEF presidency, Villar pledged that one of the fundamental objectives of his term would be to bring a World Cup to Spain. While he did not mention whether Spain would present a joint bid with Portugal, he did not rule it out when asked about it.


Spanish sports newspaper Marca advanced some details about the potential bid: Spain would lead a twelve-stadium project with eight of the venues, and the opening and final games would be held in Lisbon and Madrid, respectively. On December 23, 2008, Angel Villar restated "We need to present a strong, consistent and winning bid for the 2018 World Cup." He further confessed "Personally, I think it should be with Portugal." Subsequently, in the aftermath of a RFEF meeting board, Spain and Portugal announced their intention to bid together

Eight of the accredited five-star UEFA stadia are located in either Portugal or Spain, which is the most of any current European-based bid. Spain has previously hosted the 1982 World Cup, while Portugal organized the Euro 2004. If the Spanish-Portuguese joint bid succeeds, Spain would become the sixth nation to host the World Cup for a second time.


Russia
www.russia2018-2022.com

Russia has thrown its hat into the bidding war to host the 2018 World Cup as well. Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has taken a keen interest in the bid and has gone so far as ordering the Sports Minister to "prepare a bid for Russia to hold the 2018 World Cup". Russia hopes to have five stadia fit to host World Cup matches ready by 2013 – two in Moscow and one stadium each in St. Petersburg, Kazan and Sochi, which is due to host the 2014 Winter Olympics.

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List (updated on 08.08.09) of Russian bid:

- Moscow (10,508,971)
- Moscow region (6,712,582)
- St. Petersburg (4,581,854)
- Nizhni Novgorod (1,280,355)
- Samara (1,135,318)
- Kazan (1,130,717)
- Rostov-on-Don (1,049,000)
- Volgograd (983,900)
- Krasnodar (709,735)
- Yaroslavl (605,200)
- Kaliningrad (421,678)
- Saransk (352,000)
- Sochi (334,282)

reserve:

- Ekaterinburg (1,335,000)

Some of the possible venues:

Moscow






St. Petersburg


Kazan


Sochi


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England, obviously!
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Using my 'once every 30 years maximum' policy: USA, Korea and Japan are all out.

Qatar would not be a good option IMO, so it's between Australia and Indonesia. It would benefitt Indonesia more than Australia but I don't think it will be developed enough by 2022. Could be wrong though.
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Using my 'once every 30 years maximum' policy: USA, Korea and Japan are all out.

Qatar would not be a good option IMO, so it's between Australia and Indonesia. It would benefitt Indonesia more than Australia but I don't think it will be developed enough by 2022. Could be wrong though.
Yeah, even Blatter gave us a hint when said to Australia that they should focus on 2022 bid.

But I think USA will be a strong competitor if they loses Chicago 16.
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Yeah, even Blatter gave us a hint when said to Australia that they should focus on 2022 bid.

But I think USA will be a strong competitor if they loses Chicago 16.
I'm not quite sure what Chicago's Olympics bid has to do with hosting the World Cup. Who wins the right to host the games in 2016 will not have an affect on who hosts the World Cup in 2022.
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Russia 2018/2022

List (updated on 08.08.09) of Russian bid:

- Moscow (10,508,971)
- Moscow region (6,712,582)
- St. Petersburg (4,581,854)
- Nizhni Novgorod (1,280,355)
- Samara (1,135,318)
- Kazan (1,130,717)
- Rostov-on-Don (1,049,000)
- Volgograd (983,900)
- Krasnodar (709,735)
- Yaroslavl (605,200)
- Kaliningrad (421,678)
- Saransk (352,000)
- Sochi (334,282)

reserve:

- Ekaterinburg (1,335,000)

Some of the possible venues:

Moscow






St. Petersburg


Kazan


Sochi



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Australia have very good chances here.
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They should've made 2022 a seperate bidding process. This is just Blatter and his cronies wanting to extort bribes for two world cups as opposed to one before he leaves office or dies of old age.... which ever comes first.
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It's set in stone...England 2018
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2022 is between Australia or US, and England 2018 supporting the US
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What's the point of this thread?
??? To know who should host the WC?
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What's the point of this thread?
What is your problem with my threads??
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