Ghana prepares staging FIFA World Cup 2038

 The National Development Planning Commission (NDPC) indicated that Ghana is considering hosting the 2038 FIFA World Cup as part of its long-term national development strategy.

Ghana has set aside the hosting of the international event in 15 years in accordance with the country’s development plan, according to Dr. Nii Moi Thompson, Director of Ghana’s National Development Planning Commission.

Ghana is intended to become one of the world’s top sports destinations.

He highlighted, however, that the proposal is dependent on Ghana achieving particular financial and infrastructure goals stated in the recently filed draft National Development Plan.

The development plan anticipates building a cutting-edge Black Star Stadium, which will serve as the primary site for Ghana’s bid.

The FIFA World Cup and the Olympic Games are among the big international events Ghana hopes to host.

While the United States, Canada, and Mexico will co-host the next World Cup in 2026, the location of the event’s successor has not yet been chosen; Morocco is collaborating with Portugal and Spain to make its case.

When Ghana finished third at the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations, they last played host to a significant men’s football event.

If the bid is accepted, Ghana might become the second country in Africa after South Africa to host such a major event.

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