The 2026 Bid Evaluation Task Force FiFaWorldCup will now complete an appraisal procedure, including visits to the separate part affiliations. The dates of these visits will be conveyed at the appointed time, and the subsequent bid assessment reports, similar to each progression of the bidding procedure, will be made open.
“I have been managing the assessment of bids for more than 20 years, in a few unique limits, and I challenge anybody to call attention to an association that leads a bidding procedure as reasonable, objective and straightforward as the one that FIFA is doing for the 2026 FIFA World Cup,” says FIFA President Gianni Infantino.
“FIFA has been vigorously condemned for how it led the choice of hosts previously; it was our commitment to gain from this and rule out any uncertainty or subjectivity. This is the reason the tenets of this procedure have been clear and goal from the earliest starting point, and they incorporate the most elevated guidelines as far as moral lead, support and sense of duty regarding supportability and human rights. In this specific circumstance, the part of the 2026 Bid Evaluation Task Force and the rule of guaranteeing that the bidder(s) held meet the qualification criteria to have the greatest single-wear occasion on the planet is a characteristic result of the upgraded procedure. These are important strides to guarantee that we never backpedal to the ‘old ways’.”
A careful review of the bidding procedure and its key standards is accessible in the Guide to the Bidding Process for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
Under the biding directions that were affirmed by the FIFA Council in October 2017, FIFA built up a bid assessment display containing three segments:
- Bid consistence evaluation
- General hazard evaluation
- Specialized assessment
The “specialized assessment” part of this bid assessment demonstrate embraces a target scoring framework to rate and ascribe a weight to every one of the nine infrastructural and income related criteria set out in statement 3.5 of the Bidding Registration, which is annexed to the biding directions.
The approach and utilization of this scoring framework are determined in the record beneath:
Diagram of Scoring System for the Technical Evaluation of Bids
Following the appraisal by the 2026 Bid Evaluation Task Force – and gave the FIFA Council presents an assignment – the choice on whether to choose one of the above bidders to have the 2026 FIFA World Cup will be taken by the 68th FIFA Congress, which will gather in Moscow on 13 June.
The accompanying report, endorsed by the FIFA Council on 16 March 2018, gives the points of interest of how the 68th FIFA Congress will vote on the issue:
Final Competition with Voting Procedure for the Designation of the Host Country for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
“We are presently entering a key phase of this biding system and, as we have constantly clarified, straightforwardness is of fundamental significance. This is the reason each and every progression is recorded and open to the general population: from the accommodation of the bid books through each round of appraisal to the basic leadership process,” says FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura.
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