FIFA World Cup 4410

FIFA World Cup 4410

Postby November » Tue May 29, 2018 1:50 pm

OOC: THought it would be fun to have a WC at the same time as the real life ;) I'll use a random name picker to ensure that the bidding process will go fair.



Only nations who are part of the FIFA World Cup can bid: ... eatyid=826

In order to launch a valid bid, FIFA member nations must provide:
- A logo;
- A slogan;
- Playing venues;
- The main sponsors;

Bidding nations must also have their bid placed by either their HoS, HoG or whatever minister deals with sports affairs.

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Re: FIFA World Cup 4410

Postby November » Tue May 29, 2018 2:14 pm

Samira Zwazi Mehjad, Governor-General of Cobura:

Cobura bids to officially host the FIFA World Cup. The bid can be found here:
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Re: FIFA World Cup 4410

Postby lihokan2 » Wed Jun 06, 2018 1:05 pm

Indrala Submits Bid for 4410 World Cup

Mr. Chairman,

It is my true privilege to represent the nation of Indrala to submit this bid for the 4410 World Cup. Indrala and its great people wishes to contribute to Terra's peace and unity through the promotion of sports. May football move the hearts of people all around Terra and create a new generation for the entire world.

Chief Counselor of Indrala
Tang Zijing

Details of the bid
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Re: FIFA World Cup 4410

Postby escowen » Wed Jun 06, 2018 9:10 pm

Beluzian Bid for the FWC

Check out all the info here, and any suggested plans will be taken on board! We hope to welcome you into Beluzia.

Owen Jorgenson, UFOB Leader and current head of Foreign Affairs.
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Re: FIFA World Cup 4410

Postby Guga17 » Sun Jun 10, 2018 2:18 pm

Tukarali Bid for the 4410 World Cup
I'm pleased to announce that Tukarali is going forward with its bid to host the next FIFA World Cup in 4410.
We hope to host this great event and help contribute to a more peaceful and prosperous world.
Miguel Mansilha, President of the Democratic Republic of Tukarali (República Democrática do Tukarali)
Also signed by: Chancellor, Gonçalo Baldaia, and Minister of Education and Culture, Graça Mascarenhas
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Re: FIFA World Cup 4410

Postby November » Thu Jun 14, 2018 2:02 pm

The State of Indrala has won the right to host the 4410 World Cup after the lots were drawn at the 4408 FIFA Conference in Aŭgusta. A joint bid by Indrala saw off the challenge of rival proposals from Tukarali, Beluzia and Cobura, winning the bid after the ‘Indrala 4410’-ball was chosen by FIFA President Michael Ashfeld. Tukarali and Beluzia both hoped to become the first Seleyan nation to host the tournament but suffered defeat in the World Cup bidding. One delegate, representing Tukarali, called it ‘sad, very sad’. 4410 will therefore see the World Cup return to Indrala for the first time, after it being hosted in Istalia and New Endralon.

The 4410 tournament will also be the second World Cup to be actually held, since the 4240 World Cup in New Endralon was canceled after money issues. A total of 111 matches will be played between 43 FIFA member nations, in 5 groups of 5 and 3 groups of 6.

Xianming Li, delegate of the Indralan Footbal Association told TCI: “It’s a bit emotional for us today. Thank you so, so very much for this incredible honour. Thank you for entrusting us with the privilege of hosting the FIFA World Cup in 4410.

The beautiful game transcends borders and cultures. Football today is the only victor. And in that spirit we wish all Indralan hosts and all the teams competing here the very best of luck.

The Indralan bid was considered the front-runner from the start of the process in 4405 and expects its tournament to generate approximately $14bn (£10.3bn) in revenue, including an $11bn (£8.1bn) profit for FIFA.

Cobura’s 4410 proposal gained momentum as the process went on but logistical concerns regarding stadiums, accommodation and transportation hung over the bid from the start.
Fifa’s inspection task force rated hosting a World Cup in Cobura as “high risk” last month, awarding the country a rating of 2.7 out of 5. Beluzian bid, meanwhile, received a score of 4 out of 5 and was deemed to be a low risk proposal, against a 3.8 for the Tukaralian bid. Delegates at Wednesday’s congress were reminded of the findings by Fifa’s general secretary Fatma Samasma shortly before voting commenced.


Fouzi Lekjina, the president of the Coburan Football Federation, vowed that the country would not give up on its ‘dream’ of a Coburan World Cup. “I wish to congratulate Fifa for the conduct of this process and congratulate the president for what he has done in order to move things towards more transparency and more inclusion,” he said. “I would like to reaffirm the determination of my country to continue to work for football and realise one day our dream to host the World Cup in Cobura.”

Coburan Prime Minister Diamo Tesfaye congratulated the Indralan bid on securing the tournament via social media. “Indrala just won the 4410 FIFA World Cup Bid. Congratulations – a great deal of hard work, well deserved.” he tweeted.
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