Now that Sepp Blatter resignated, doubts are starting to emerge in relation to the location of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups

The resignation of Sepp Blatter brings forth a number of consequences as FIFA now has to delegate and select a new president that can replace the Swiss football administrator who has been hampered with corruption and bribery.

Sepp Blatter was the main supporter of having the 2018 World Cup in Russia despite all of the problems involving Ukraine as both countries are still in war following the annexation of Crimea.

However, since Blatter is no longer the president of FIFA this has casted a string of doubts concerning if whether or not the location of the next World Cup should and can be changed.

England is still hoping to host the 2018 World Cup and their dream might actually turn into a reality depending on who is elected as the new president of FIFA and if that person is willing to change the location of the approaching football tournament.

This will also depend on a number of different factors but the first thing that needs to be done right now is to elect the person that can sort out all of the mess and things which have been popping up in FIFA.

Everything from having under the table deals and vote rigging has been linked with FIFA and their decision to award Russia and Qatar with the rights of hosting the 2018 and 2022 World Cups. Sepp Blatter is one of the main figures who were believed to be at the head of all these scandals and decisions.

England is one of the very few nations that can actually prepare and get ready in time to host an event in the scale of a World Cup in short notice and they also have the experience needed in order to fulfill this as they have already hosted a successful Olympic Games.

If England does decide to establish a new vote and attempt to bid once again for the possibility of hosting the 2018 World Cup, they might be able to turn into the new hosts.