Football's sexiest continent? World Cup could be heading HERE

ARGENTINA, Paraguay and Uruguay have announced they will make a joint bid to host the 2030 World Cup – and it's not just the football that fans might be excited for.

Posted Friday, October 06, 2017 by

The South American trio said yesterday that bosses are to meet later this year to prepare their combined bid to host the tournament.

With party hot-spots and gorgeous surroundings, the news will surely come as good news for footie fans ahead of the 2018 tournament in hard-line Russia and the 2022 competition in Qatar where it is illegal to drink alcohol in public.

And heads are almost certain to turn if the three nations uphold their usual tradition of having gorgeous footie fans cheering them on.

Football's sexiest continent? World Cup could be heading HERE
FANS: Paraguayan fans are likely to be a welcome addition to the 2030 World Cup

Paraguayan beauty Larissa Riquelme is perhaps the most notorious footie babe in the region, after famously stripping naked following her country's 2010 World Cup exit.

Should the trio secure the tournament it will mark 100 years since the very first World Cup held in Uruguay in 1930.

Paraguay president, Horacio Cartes, said: "The first meeting (for the bid preparation) will be organised in the first week of November.

"Other countries are going to want to host but there is a very strong argument in favour of Uruguay, which will celebrate 100 years (from first hosting)."

But they could face sensational competition from rogue, nuke-obsessed nation North Korea who may join South Korea in their attempt to be the host for 2030 cup.

Daily Star Online previously revealed that South Korean president Moon Jae-in had proposed hosting games with the communist state.

He told FIFA president Gianni Infantino it would serve to ease fierce relations between Pyongyang and Seoul.

We also exclusively revealed that should North Korea host the 2030 World Cup games, hooligans could be thrown into gulags for fighting with other fans.

Security expert, Chris Ogden, told us: "It would be like the case of the America student Otto Warmbier.

"All he did was he tried steal a poster.

"It would literally be breaking stones or helping on some infrastructure.

"But it would be bone breaking, what you could imagine in a Soviet jail."

But the prospect has been plunged into further doubt after leader Kim Jong-un launched a series of nuclear strike tests to signal its crazed intent.

Tensions between the tubby tyrant and Donald Trump have been threatening to boil over in recent months after the US president said Kim "won't be around much longer."



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