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World Cup 2018 Vote Live – Decision Day

World Cup 2018 Vote Live – Decision Day

World Cup 2018 Vote Live
World Cup 2018 Vote Live

Fifa, world football’s governing body, announces which bids have won the right to stage the 2018 and 2022 World Cups at about 1500 GMT.

England, Netherlands-Belgium, Russia and Spain-Portugal are vying for the 2018 tournament – Australia, the United States, Japan, South Korea and Qatar for 2022.

Countries Taking Part
England(Hope we get it)
Russia
Spain and Portugal
Holland/Belgium
Live draw is at 2/3pm GMT(roughly 3hrs from now)

England prove the 2018 dreamers amid the Machiavellian World Cup games

2 Dec 2010: Paul Hayward: While England and the Low Countries provided a vision, Russia and Spain-Portugal presented only politics


World Cup 2018: Russians make final pitch

2 Dec 2010:
The deputy prime minister of Russia asked delegates to make a ‘historic decision’ to award the tournament to Russia

Football: World Cup 2018 and 2022 bid decision

2 Dec 2010:
All eyes are on Zurich as Fifa prepares to announce the hosts for the 2018 and 2022 World Cup Finals

Spain and Portugal make World Cup 2018 presentation

2 Dec 2010:
The Iberian 2018 World Cup bid focuses on facilities and its strong tourist networks


World Cup 2018: Belgium/Netherlands presentation

2 Dec 2010:
Dutch football legends Ruud Gullit and Johan Cruyff explain to FIFA voters in Zurich why Holland and Belgium should jointly host the 2018 World Cup

World cup bid: England team make their presentation

2 Dec 2010:
Prince William, David Cameron and David Beckham take the stage to make England’s case

England impress in final pitch to stage the 2018 World Cup

2 Dec 2010:
England’s two-year campaign to win the right to host the 2018 World Cup reached a climax today with an emotional appeal from a future king, the prime minister and David Beckham

Spain/Portugal 2018 World Cup bid team takes swipe at British media

2 Dec 2010:
Spain’s Fifa member Angel Villar Llona attempted to build on any anti-England feeling by taking a swipe at the English media’s investigations into Fifa in their final 2018 World Cup bid presentation

World Cup 2018 bid: Boris Johnson upbeat over England chances

2 Dec 2010:
London mayor Boris Johnson is in Switzerland backing England’s 2018 World Cup bid

World Cup 2018 and 2022 decision day – live!

2 Dec 2010:
Paul Doyle and Steve Busfield: The hosts for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups will be decided in Zurich today

The World Cup 2018 vote explained: What England need to do

2 Dec 2010: What will happen on the final day of the bidding process in Zurich and will England get the votes they need to host the World Cup?

World Cup 2018 and 2022 decision day – live!

2 Dec 2010:
Paul Doyle and Steve Busfield: The hosts for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups will be decided in Zurich today

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