A delegation from the international governing body for soccer has give high marks to Australia's credentials to host the 2022 World Cup.
The FIFA delegation concluded their trip to examine Australia's bid to host the event in Sydney on Wednesday after the nation's bidding committee gave a presentation on its plans.
Harold Mayne-Nicholls, the head of the delegation, said Australia seems to be prepared in all aspects to organize the World Cup.
He said airports and transportation systems are well in place and the bid process is well supported by the government. He added the nation has also hosted such big events as the Olympics Games.
The delegation arrived in Australia, after visiting Japan and South Korea on their tour around the globe to see candidate sites. Eight countries and a territory are competing to host the 2022 World Cup.
The delegation will compile reports based on its findings during the visits to help FIFA decide the host in December.