The FIFA Exco will meet over the next three days to decide the destination of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups. Here we look at each bidding nation and the 23 men whose vote will decide the winners.
The 2018 World Cup will go to Europe as Holland/Belgium, Spain/Portugal,
England and address the FIFA Exco with their final submissions on December 2. One day before the five bidding nations for 2022 will get their chance to state their case. Russia
Each submission can only last a maximum of 30 minutes and is the final chance the bidding nations have to sway the vote.
So far, the Iberian bid claims to have eight votes guaranteed for 2018 while
seems quietly confident for 2022. Qatar
To win the World Cup 13 votes must be won, with the process eliminating a bidding nation until that total can be reached.
Here we look at each bidding nation, their strengths and weaknesses and the 23 Exco members and where they may or may not vote.