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Old April 18th, 2015, 01:42 AM   #1
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FIFA WORLD CUP 2034

since 2034 is Asia turn i would say the top 3 potential countries

1-China
2-Australia
3-UAE


UAE FIFA World Cup 2034 Bid

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1.1
Bidding Country and Host Cities:

Expected Population by 2030

1-Abu Dhabi> 4,500,000
2-Dubai> 6,500,000
3-Sharjah> 3,120,000
4-Al-Ain> 1,880,000
5-Fujairah> 510,000
6-Ajman> 590,000
7-Ras Al-Khaimah> 480,000
8-Umm Al-Quwain> 200,000

Total Population= around 17,000,000
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1.2 Stadiums
15 Stadiums

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Clubs will benefit as part of FIFA legacy Category

AL-JAZIRA,ALWEHDA,SHARJAH,ALARABI,EMIRATES,BANI YAS,AJMAN,FUJAIRAH,ALAIN,ALAHLI..(12 Clubs and 2 City Stadiums)
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1.3 Venue-specific team hotels and venue-specific training sites


Each City will be a base for 40 teams in total(if FIFA approves the increase of teams) :

AD: 10 teams with their clusters
Dubai: 10 Teams
RAK: 4 Teams
Ajman:3 Teams
UMQ: 3 Teams
FUJ: 3 Teams
SHJ: 4 Teams
ALA: 3 Teams

Accommodation (Hotel Numbers) estimations

2013: 2020: 2030:

AD: 113 AD: 350 AD:650

DBI: 550 DBI: 1000 DBI: 1500

SHJ: 68 SHJ: 150 SHJ: 250

ALA: 15 ALA: 40 ALA: 110

RAK: 26 RAK: 50 RAK: 150

UMQ: 10 UMQ: 30 UMQ: 70

FUJ: 17 FUJ: 50 FUJ: 150

AJM: 22 AJM: 50 AJM: 80


Distance:

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Transportation

Air
DXB: 90 M PAX by 2020 connected with more than 200+ cities
AUH: 35 M PAX by 2025 connected with more than 120+ cities
SHJ: 20 M PAX by 2025 connected with more than 80+ cities
DWC: 200 M PAX by 2050

Bus
Inter City Buses System (operational)
in all Cities

Car
Taxi and Driving (Maximum Driving distance is 4 Hours with the traffic)

Rail
2018-2019 Rail Passenger Transportation Available between the 7 Emirates

Metro and Tram
Dubai : Metro and Tram Lines by 2030


Abu Dhabi: by 2020


Sharjah: by 2025


Climate

June and July

Dubai and AbuDhabi : Avg is 42 C
Northern Emirates : Avg is 35 C (RAK and FUJ)
SHJ, UMQ, AJM: Avg is 42 C
Al-Ain: 35 C

*** Tourists Have Visited UAE in the Summer Season around 4 Millions (May to Sept) in the 7 Emirates 2013 *** HOT WEATHER not a problem :P according to tourism Dept in UAE


Air Conditioned Stadiums
is already operational in some stadiums and will develop this idea to Fan bases and Squares will maintain the degree around 25 C

Football Legacy
all of the stadiums will be used by clubs unlike qatar

Alcohol & Dress Code
Available in bars and Night Clubs and no Enforced rules over what to wear and unlike qatar UAE is an open country nothing more than couple of printed rules over malls doors on what to wear......

Human Rights and Workers

Way Much better than Qatar and the rules have significantly changed over the past 4 years and still changing

Israel & Gay Rights

Not a Major Problem and can be solved

Media and Communications

one of the best TV Network in the MENA area and they have 2 Telecommunication Companies DU and Etisalat

Previous Sporting Events
-Regional:
Gulf Cup of Nations: 3 Times 1982,1994,2007 (Size around 20,000 to 50,000 Spectators and 6 to 8 nations)
Under 17 Gulf Cup of Nations: 1 time 2009

-Continental:
AFC Asian Cup: 1 time 1996
AFC U-19 Championship: 3 Times 1985,1992,2012
AFC U-16 Championship:2 times 1990, 2002

-WolrdWide:
FIFA U-20 World Cup: 1 time 2003
FIFA U-17 World Cup: 1 time 2013
FIFA Club World Cup: 4 times 2009,2010,2017,2018

** and many Futsal and Beachfootball events as well as friendly matches between big 10 nations


Tourism:
*more than 40 Public Beaches in all emirates
*Cinemas in all 7 emirates with huge shopping malls :
Top 10 Shopping Malls as of 2020:
1- Mall of the world, Dubai
2-Yas Mall, AbuDhabi
3- Dubai Mall, Dubai
4-Reem Mall, Abu Dhabi
5- City Center, Fujairah
6- City Center, Ras Alkhaimah
7- Sharjah Mall
8-Al-Ain Mall
9-Mall of Emirates
10- Ajman Mall

*More than 1000+ High End Restaurants , Bars and Night Clubs across UAE
*Ajman may make gambling official as they are doing it under the table so we would expect this business will boom if they open the door
*More than 500+ Activites to do in UAE(Sea Sports, Air Sports, Road Sports, Theme Parks, Water Parks) so UAE has Things that QATAR does not have
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Old April 18th, 2015, 01:46 AM   #2
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okay... this is just getting out of hand now.
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Old April 18th, 2015, 02:10 AM   #3
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okay... this is just getting out of hand now.
Wonder what the middle east will be like in 20 years? I guess only a fool would even guess, but I'm not in the mood right now.
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Old April 18th, 2015, 02:40 AM   #4
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I meant the topic itself - I doubt even FIFA is thinking about 2034 at this point in time.
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Old April 18th, 2015, 02:51 AM   #5
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if it happens, will there be beer and women allowed? and i am serious, im not making fun!
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Old April 18th, 2015, 05:52 AM   #6
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Every time Asia get to bid, the closest to win will be in a region different from the last. So I think that the next Asian World Cup will either be in Central Asia e.g. Indian subcontinent (unlikely due to cricket domination), Eastern Asia (excluding S. Korea or Japan) or Southern Asia. That probably leaves China, Kazhakstan and Australia for the next WC Asia are allowed to bid for.

Edit: UAE 2034 cannot happen in June and July. I have heard countless travel stories of people not able to walk more then 200m without needing a stop in a A/C bus station. To quote Sepp Blatter you can cool a stadium but not a country.

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Old April 18th, 2015, 08:21 AM   #7
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World Cup 2034 will be 100th Anniversary of first European World Cup, so it makes sense that it will be held in Europe, considering the Uruguay-Argentina bid is likely to happen. Hopefully the Pan-European bid will be chosen.
This is my prediction for the European bid

- England: Wembley (90,000) and Old Trafford (75,635)
- Wales: Millenium Stadium (74,500)
- France: Stade de France (81,338)
- Germany: Berlin Olympiastadion (74,475), Allianz Arena (70,000)
- Spain: Nou Camp (99,354), Santiago Bernabeu (81,044) and San Manes (53,229)
- Portugal: Estadio da Luz (65,647)
- Italy: San Siro (80,018)
- Poland: Stadion Narodowy (58,500)
- Hungary: Ferenc Puskas Stadium (67,889)
- Austria: Ernst Happel Stadion (50,865)

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Old April 18th, 2015, 08:32 AM   #8
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okay... this is just getting out of hand now.
Agree.
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Zimbabwe wants to host the 2034 World Cup



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According to Ventures, Zimbabwe's Tourism and Hospitality minister, Walter Mzembi, was getting set to launch a bid for the event despite Zimbabwe's unstable economy.

“I spoke to FIFA president Sepp Blatter during the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa and he told me that it was possible for Zimbabwe to host the 2034 FIFA World Cup as long as we keep on having such big dreams and vision,” the minister is quoted as having said.
http://www.timeslive.co.za/sport/soc...2034-world-cup
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Old April 18th, 2015, 02:53 PM   #10
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Asean bid for 2034 World Cup to be decided by year end



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The decision whether Asean will bid for the 2034 World Cup or not will be made at the Asean youth and sports ministers meeting at year end.

Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar said he would raise the matter during the meeting and Asean countries only need to endorse it.

“We will offer other Asean countries to join us in organising the World Cup. Asean countries that want to become co-host must have the means as it needs a large allocation,” he told reporters after closing ‘Karnival Koperasi Zon Selantan 2014’ jointly organised by the Cooperatives Commission of Malaysia (CCM) of Negeri Sembilan, Melaka, Johor and Koperasi Persahabatan Seremban Bhd, here today>
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China must play long game to achieve Xi’s three World Cup goals

By Mark Dreyer Source:Global Times Published: 2015-3-1 23:13:03

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China is increasingly used to getting its way in the global sporting arena.

In addition to hosting top international tennis, golf and motor racing events each year, high-profile competitions such as the 2008 Summer Olympic Games and the 2011 FINA World Aquatics Championships will be followed by the World Athletics Championships later this year and - possibly - the 2022 Winter Games, *depending on the IOC's vote in July.

But the FIFA World Cup is another matter entirely.

Much has been made of Chinese President Xi Jinping's three wishes for Chinese soccer, namely qualifying for, hosting and winning a World Cup, but it will be many years before any of these three things happen.

Only the most deluded patriot - and certainly no one who claims to be a *soccer fan - would predict that China will win a World Cup in their lifetime. But what of the other two wishes?

Despite a solid run to the quarter*finals of this year's Asian Cup, it should be remembered that China's favorable draw meant it only beat one higher-ranked team - Uzbekistan, currently the 71st best team in the world. With only four automatic spots in World Cup qualifying available to teams from the Asian Football Conference, China's chances of qualifying for just the second World Cup in its history remain slim.

For these reasons, recent discussion has focused on China hosting a future World Cup, an eventuality that would also see the Chinese team qualify by default. Respected international publications have highlighted the link between China's Wanda Group and its new acquisition of sports marketing firm Infront, which just happens to be run by the nephew of FIFA President Sepp Blatter.

But the earliest China could conceivably bid for the World Cup under FIFA's bidding rules would be the 2034 edition, by which point Blatter - and his influence - would be long gone.

China's best chance of achieving any of Xi's three goals may be to wait until the tournament expands from 32 to 40 teams - whenever that might be - giving Asian teams an easier route to the finals.
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Heard Greenland is going for it too...
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Old April 22nd, 2015, 06:51 AM   #13
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thats 19 years away for goodnesssake
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Old April 22nd, 2015, 10:27 PM   #14
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Still an interesting topic though, but I think this should be as far as these threads go for the time being haha
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I just realized how old I will be in 2034.
That alone is reason enough for me to close this thread.
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Well, we can rule out Malaysia at least!

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Malaysia have officially withdrawn from the bid to host the 2034 World Cup.
Previously, Malaysia were leading a group of four Southeast Asian countries, including Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore, to propose for a joint bid to host the 2034 FIFA World Cup.
According to reports from Vietnam, the decision has been made after Malaysia football chiefs were unhappy with the supports from Asian Football Federation to the denial of their drawing system proposal for SEA Games 2017.

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2030 UK
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OK, two years later. Still way too early. Middle East needs to clarify status of women, gays, alcohol and a few other things. Let's see if there is progress at least.

UK makes sense unless they get 2030 or there is something pan-European (in which case Moscow, Istanbul, St. Petersburg, London, Paris, Madrid, Berlin, Ruhr, Barcelona, Milan are the biggest cities).

China seems like a legit choice as well since they are putting beaucoup bucks and political will into becoming a soccer power. Again, gotta see what actually happens.
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Think 2034 is realistic for England, always thought that after we lost the 2018 bid.
China or Australia for 2038
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Can't wait for 96 teams to compete!!
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