S. goalkeeper Kasey Keller, currently an ESPN analyst. "Who knows, maybe they'll move it to 68 teams by that time? It's so hard to tell what OSRS gold
thinking or what they're doing or what's the process after the last bidding fiasco. I guess you just have to trust the people closest to it, that they know what they're doing."
FIFA's Congress of all members decided on World Cup hosts through the 1982 tournament, but the power was then given to its ruling executive committee of about two dozen members. After the tainted vote in December 2010 that awarded the 2018 event to Russia and 2022 to Qatar, the decision was returned to the Congress, now 211 members.
FIFA announced last May that the 2026 vote will take place in May 2020 and said in October that the previous two World Cup hosts - Europe and Asia - will not be eligible to bid.Africa could mount a bid, especially if it allies with another confederation and both vote as blocs. Europe has 55 members, Africa 54, Asia 46, CONCACAF 35, Oceania 11 and South America 10.Lalas called a joint bid a "calculated and a strategic play.""I was hoping for a U.S.-hosted World Cup, remembering 1994 and how that changed U.
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the United States to also alone reap the benefits of what a men's World Cup can do," he said. "However, I would rather have a joint World Cup than no World Cup at all."Racing to construct stadiums in time dominated the run-ups to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and the 2014 tournament in Brazil, and the pace of building again is of concern as the 2018 World Cup in Russia approaches.