The World Cup will be very different when the 2030 edition rolls around.

FIFA and global soccer leaders agreed on Wednesday to accept one bid that grew from Spain-Portugal to include Morocco, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay in a tournament that is set to be played in six countries and across three continents.

Among the key considerations was finding a way to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the World Cup in Uruguay, where the inaugural tournament's final was held in 1930.