The CBF delivered to FIFA the Government Declaration signed by President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and the Minister of Sports, André Fufuca, which formalizes Brazil’s intention to host the 2027 Women’s Football World Cup.
The declaration includes seven government guarantees required by FIFA for countries bidding to host the World Cup.
The documents were delivered by minister André Fufuca directly to the presidents of the CBF, Ednaldo Rodrigues, and FIFA, Gianni Infantino, in Rio de Janeiro.
Porto Alegre applied as one of the host cities. The expectation is that FIFA will announce the country that will host the World Cup in May 2024. The guarantees for the Women’s Cup, signed by several ministries, cover the following areas:
1- Visa, License, Immigration and Check-in Procedures;
two- Work Permits and Labor Law;
3- Tax Exemptions and Exchange Commitments;
4- Security and Protection;
5- Protection and Exploitation of Competition Rights;
6- Information Technology; It is
7- Waiver, Indemnity and Other Legal Issues.