FIFA announces sites for 2026 World Cup in North America

FIFA announced the host cities for the 2026 World Cup in North America on Thursday. The competition will take place primarily in the U.S., however, there will also be matches in Canada and Mexico.

Below is the full list in regional groups (FIFA plans to group countries by region):

EAST: Toronto (BMO Field); Boston (Gillette Stadium, Foxborough); Philadelphia (Lincoln Financial Field); Miami (Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens); and New York/New Jersey (MetLife Stadium).

CENTRAL: Kansas City (Arrowhead Stadum); Dallas (AT&T Stadium); Atlanta (Mercedes Benz Stadium); Houston (NRG Stadium); Monterrey, Mexico (Estadio BBVA); Mexico City (Estadio Azteca).

WEST: Vancouver (BC Place); Seattle (Lumen Field); San Francisco (Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara); Los Angeles (SoFi Stadium, Inglewood); and Guadalajara, Mexico (Akron Stadium).

Finalists that did not make the cut include: Cincinnati, Denver, Nashville, Orlando, Pasadena, Washington, D.C./Baltimore, and Edmonton.

FIFA President Gianni Infantino said the site for the final has not been set. “We will take our time with the decision,” he said.

The 2022 World Cup will kick off in Qatar in November.

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