After Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup, the USA, Mexico, and Canada will co-host 2026 FIFA World Cup in the 16 Host cities. The 3 countries have joined the hands together to host the football cup in 2026.
The world will unite in North America. The United 2026 will be the first to host a field of 48 teams with 80 total games.
It’s the 3rd time a Men’s World Cup will be played on Mexican soil; the United States America will become the 6th country to host twice; Canada will become the 5th to host both men’s and women’s tournaments.
2026 FIFA World Cup Host Cities | Host Countries
The games will be played in 16 Host cities. There are 10 cities from USA and 3 cities each from Mexico and Canada that have been selected to organize the 2026 FIFA World Cup matches.
Here is the list of cities where the 2026 FIFA World Cup will be played:
The USA Host Cities
- Atlanta (Mercedes-Benz Stadium)
- Boston (Gillette Stadium)
- Dallas (AT&T Stadium)
- Los Angeles (Rose Bowl)
- Kansas City (Arrowhead Stadium)
- Miami (Hard Rock Stadium)
- New York/New Jersey (MetLife Stadium)
- San Francisco (Levi’s Stadium)
- Seattle (CenturyLink Field)
- Washington, D.C. (FedExField)
Canada Host Cities
- Edmonton (Commonwealth Stadium)
- Montreal (Olympic Stadium)
- Toronto (BMO Field)
Mexico Host Cities
- Guadalajara (Estadio Akron)
- Mexico City (Estadio Azteca)
- Monterrey (Estadio BBVA Bancomer)
In 2026, 48 teams will participate and play to win the 2026 FIFA World Cup. The tournament field is expanding to 48 teams, which means there will be 80 games in all, with 60 of them in the United States, while Mexico and Canada split the other 20.
The final match of FIFA World Cup 2026 will be played in the United States at MetLife Stadium.
So guys, that’s all about the FIFA World Cup 2026 Hosting Cities.
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