Portugal Possible Lineup For 2030 FIFA World Cup

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This article will tell you about the possible lineup Portugal might have in 2030 FIFA World Cup

On Wednesday, FIFA and world football officials agreed to make the World Cup 2030 the first to be held across three continents and six countries.

Among the most important concerns was how to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the World Cup in Uruguay, where the initial tournament final was staged in 1930.

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Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know about the 2030 World Cup and other prospective tournaments:

  • The 2030 World Cup will be co-hosted by Morocco, Portugal, and Spain, but games will also be held in Uruguay, Argentina, and Paraguay.
  • Initially, Spain and Portugal said they wanted to send “a message of solidarity and hope” by including Ukraine in their bid. Morocco joined the bidding process in mid-March.
  • While Morocco and Portugal will be hosting the FIFA World Cup for the first time, Spain previously hosted the tournament in 1982.
  • Morocco will host the World Cup for the second time, following South Africa in 2010.
    Uruguay hosted the first FIFA games, and Argentina hosted the World Cup in 1978.
  • “In a divided world, FIFA and football are uniting,” FIFA President Gianni Infantino stated.

Portugal is one of the countries to host the 2030 FIFA World Cup alongside Morocco and Spain. Saudi Arabia is set to bid for the 2034 World Cup.

Now the question is: “How will Portugal lineup in the 2030 FIFA World Cup?” Let’s take a look at the lineup.

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo (45)
  • Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. (20)
  • Rafael Leao (31)
  • Joao Felix (30)
  • Neto (30)
  • Vitinha (30)
  • Neves (25)
  • Inacio (28)
  • Ruben Dias (33)
  • Antonio Silva (26)
  • Diogo Costa (30) – GK

Not sure if Cristiano Ronaldo will play in the tournament at the age of 45, but his son will be there to take his country to victory. Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. will be 20 in 2030 and he has already been so good until now.

Ronaldo’s mother praised his grandson saying: ‘”Let’s see…”, he said, but if it isn’t [him], it’s Cristianinho! At his age, he plays better than Ronaldo.

By Shyam
Shyam Sharma who joined SPORTS BIG NEWS in 2021. Focuses on soccer – chiefly the Premier League, LaLiga, UEFA Champions League, Liga MX and MLS. On occasion, also covers American sports, general news and entertainment. Fascinated by the language of sport – particularly the under-appreciated art of translating cliché-speak.