FIFA has raised the prospect of Israel co-hosting a future World Cup, with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett's office mentioning the possibility of bidding for the men's 2030 tournament.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino completed a two-day visit to Israel on Tuesday by meeting Bennett and President Isaac Herzog.
"You need to have vision, dreams and ambitions," Infantino said, according to a FIFA statement.
"In recent months, I was in Dubai where the UAE Football Association and the Israel Football Association have signed an historic agreement.
"I think that co-hosting is the future, so why not dreaming and thinking about it -- be it at youth or senior level, men or women -- because the FIFA World Cup has this unique magic in bringing people together and in uniting people."
The Middle East region is set to host the 2022 men's World Cup in Qatar, in November and December next year. The United States, Mexico and Canada are co-hosting the 2026 World Cup.
FIFA plans to select the 2030 host in 2024.