Western Portugal and Morocco will formally bid for the 2030 Olympic Games.
On November 22, in the Iberian summit in Valadolid, Spain, Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa signed an agreement, and both parties will bid for the United States 2030 World Cup with Morocco.
On November 19th, the Spanish Prime Minister visited Morocco and met with King Mohammed VI. In the next press conference, Pedro Sanchez said: "The King is very accepting. Three countries can work together to present bids. I think we can be very competitive, which fills us with hope."
After the Iberian summit on the 21st, Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa also expressed support for three nations in a joint bid for the United Nations Cup.
Historically, the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup was the first World Cup to be hosted by more than one country. 2026 World Cup will be the first World Cup to be hosted by three countries. If Spain, Portugal and Morocco successfully bid for the 2030 World Cup, it will jointly be the first World Cup hosted by the World Cup.