Where will the 2034 World Cup be held?

Where will the 2034 World Cup be held?

Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Walter Mzembi has said, that Zimbabwe will bid to host the 2034 FIFA World Cup. His idea is to have Harare as the host city but in collaboration with other major cities in the region like Maputo, Johannesburg, Gaborone and Lusaka.

What will be the venue of the 2014 World Cup football tournament?

2014 FIFA World Cup Final

Germany’s Mario Götze scores the match-winning goal in the 113th minute
Event 2014 FIFA World Cup
Date 13 July 2014
Venue Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro
Man of the Match Mario Götze (Germany)

How much does it cost to host a World Cup?


Host General cost
QAT (2022) US$220 billion
RUS (2018) US$11.6 billion
BRA (2014) US$15 billion
RSA (2010) US$3.6(£2.4) billion

How many stadiums do you need to host a World Cup?

Stadiums must have a capacity of at least 40,000, stadiums hosting quarter-finals must have a minimum of 60,000 and those hosting the opening ceremony or final must have a capacity of at least 80,000.

Where did the World Cup take place in 2014?

The group stage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup took place in Brazil from 12 June 2014 to 26 June 2014: each team played three matches. The group stage was notable for a scarcity of draws and a large number of goals.

Where are the play offs for the World Cup held?

Note: Scores marked by [a] are results awarded by FIFA. The third round saw the 10 group winners from the second round drawn into five home and away ties. The winners of each tie advanced to the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. The draw of the play-offs was held on 16 September 2013 at the CAF headquarters in Cairo.

How many African teams qualified for the 2014 World Cup?

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) section of the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification saw 52 teams competing for 5 spots of the 32 spots in the final tournament in Brazil . Fifty-two out of the 53 national associations affiliated to CAF entered the qualifying to determine the continent’s five slots for the next World Cup.

Who was the referee for the 2014 World Cup?

On 14 January 2014, the FIFA Referees Committee appointed 25 referee trios and eight support duos representing 43 countries for the tournament. Yuichi Nishimura from Japan acted as referee in the opening match whereas Nicola Rizzoli from Italy acted as referee in the final.