The Scottish FA are open to submitting a joint bid with the home nations to host the 2030 World Cup, but no discussions have taken place. Former SFA chief executive Stewart Regan has said an England-led proposal is "definitely on the radar". A Downing Street spokesman said the UK government would be supportive of a bid involving the other home nations. The SFA says it is "always open-minded to the prospect of hosting major tournaments". A spokesman for the governing body added: "We have a fantastic track record of hosting big games in this country.
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