The men’s national teams of the members of the FIFA, the world’s governing body of football, compete in the FIFA World Cup, commonly known as the Football World Cup or just the World Cup.
On June 13, 2018, the United 2026 bid was announced as the selected host for the World Cup 2026. The joint proposal from Canada, Mexico, and the United States emerged victorious from a heated bidding process that involved 23 finalists.
This will be the first time that three countries have hosted a World Cup together. The North American triumvirate narrowly beat Morocco in a 134-65 vote by FIFA’s membership assembly in Moscow.
The announcement was made as part of FIFA’s policy to rotate hosting duties for its major tournaments among different global regions. This will be the first time three countries have jointly hosted a World Cup tournament.
When is the World Cup 2026?
The World Cup 2026 is scheduled to take place from June 8th-July 3rd.
Where will be the 2026 World Cup held?
As the world awaits news about where the World Cup 2026 will be held, many questions still need to be answered.
FIFA announced that the 2026 World Cup would be held in Canada, Mexico, and the United States. This announcement was a surprise to many people worldwide, given that it had been expected that either Europe or Asia would be awarded the tournament.
The host cities for the 2026 World Cup will utilize a total of 16 venues. There will be 11 in the US, 2 in Canada, and 3 in Mexico. In addition, the 2026 World Cup will debut a new structure with 48 teams instead of 32, divided into 16 groups of 3.
World Cup 2026 Host Cities:
Take your sports fandom to a whole new level by experiencing games in some of the most iconic stadiums in the world. Watch top teams from around North America battle it out while enjoying an incredible atmosphere From Toronto’s BMO Field to Mexico City’s Estadio Azteca, these venues offer a unique and memorable experience for any fan.
Toronto is home to one of North America’s most iconic stadiums (BMO Field) and Vancouver-BC Place.
While Guadalajara is steeped in Mexican culture, Mexico City, and Monterrey.
Each of these locations has something different to offer soccer fans. Los Angeles is always a popular tourist destination, Miami boasts great beaches and New York City offers endless entertainment options.
In addition to these five main destinations, other American and Canadian cities could also potentially host matches during the tournament. Atlanta, Boston, Dallas Fort Worth Houston, Kansas City, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Seattle would make excellent choices if FIFA decides to expand beyond 5 finalists.