Buenos Aires - Chile has joined a coalition of South American countries planning to bid for the 2030 Soccer World Cup.
The head of South American soccer body CONMEBOL announced the decision on Wednesday after meeting in Buenos Aires with presidents of the four nations, which also includes Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay.
CONMEBOL President Alejandro Dominguez said on Twitter: "We confirm the agreement between the four countries to keep working on the strategy for FIFA to award us joint organization of the 2030 World Cup."
Argentina and Uruguay, the country that hosted and won the first World Cup in 1930, initially planned to bid for the 2030 tournament together before Paraguay was added later.
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera said in February his country would join the group.