The Football Association of Ireland has revealed that it is looking to join with England, Wales and Scotland for a potential joint bid.  

While the Republic of Ireland soccer team has not had tremendous success in qualifying for the World Cup in the last few tournaments, come 2030 we may be a part of the excitement no matter what. 

The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) has revealed that it has joined with the English, Welsh and Scottish FAs to conduct a feasibility review into a potential joint bid to host the 2030 FIFA World Cup.

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FAI to join feasibility study for 2030 FIFA World Cup bid.

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"Following recent positive discussions amongst all parties, it has been agreed that the Football Association of Ireland will join the English, Irish, Welsh and Scottish FAs in conducting a feasibility review into a potential joint bid to host the 2030 FIFA World Cup," said an official statement from the Football Association of Ireland. 

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The next World Cup is to be played in Qatar in 2022 with North America hosting in 2026. England made a failed bid for the 2018 World Cup which took place in Russia last summer. 

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The Football Association of Ireland has revealed that it is looking to join with England, Wales and Scotland for a potential joint bid.   Getty