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2030 World Cup: Morocco to build second largest stadium in the world

2030 World Cup: Morocco to build second largest stadium in the world

In preparation for the 2030 World Cup, Morocco are set to build the second largest stadium in the world.

Morocco alongside Portugal and Spain won the bid to host the 2030 World Cup and all three countries have commence preparation for the world event.

Morocco will be the second African country to have the World Cup played on its soil after South Africa who hosted the prestigious tournament in 2010.

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One of the highlight of the 2030 World Cup would be the stadium of Morocco. The stadium will have a capacity of 113,000, making it the second biggest stadium in the world only behind North Korea’s Rungrado 1st of May stadium which has 114,000 capacity.

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The construction of the stadium will begin in 2025 and it’s expected to run through three years and be completed in 2028. It will cost €500 million to build the stadium.

The stadium is expected to host either the opening ceremony or the final of the World Cup.

Football writer at AllSoccer. Graduate of Computer Science from Kenule Beeson Saro-Wiwa Polytechnic. Dreamt of becoming a footballer, find self writing about football.

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