The UK plans to host the 2030 World Cup despite the events in the European Nations Cup

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Despite the sanctions imposed by UEFA on Monday over incidents that occurred during the Euro 2020 final in London last July, the United Kingdom remains determined to host the 2030 World Cup, in a joint project with Ireland, the British sports agency (Sports Agency) said. British official). ) Tuesday.

Simon Morton, chief executive of the agency, said: “There are lessons to be learned, the FA has commissioned an audit (…) It is very serious, but I don’t think that means our candidacy is in jeopardy.”

Morton is part of a working group tasked with studying the possible joint bid of the United Kingdom and Ireland to host the World Cup after the 2022 edition in Qatar and the 2026 edition in the United States, Mexico and Canada.

UEFA has sanctioned England with a match without an audience and a fine of 100,000 euros ($116,000) for violent behavior by English fans before and during the Euro 2020 final, as Italy beat England on penalties.

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