2026 FIFA World Cup Host
This is the 23rd edition of the 2026 FIFA World Cup Host Selection, the quadrennial international men’s soccer tournament after the 2022 Qatar FIFA World Cup which is associated with FIFA. The 2022 FIFA World Cup is the first tournament that the Arab World will host.
The FIFA World Cup 26 or United 2026 FIFA World is going to host by 16 cities in three North American countries, which include the quarterfinals, semi-finals, and final a total of 60 matches.
The host countries are the United States and neighboring Canada and Mexico which will host 10 matches. And this is the first-ever tournament to host by three nationals collaborating with each other for one tournament, after the 2002 FIFA World Cup tournament.
Two nations South Korea and Japan conducted the 2002 FIFA World Cup also this is tournament included 48 teams expanded from 32 teams now many new teams have a chance to enter for FIFA World Cup first time.
This will be the first time Canada to host or co-host the FIFA World Cup, Whereas Mexico has become the first country to host or co-host the men’s World Cups three times.
The United States bid beat their rival bid by Morocco during the final vote at the 68th FIFA Congress in Moscow.
Here is a detailed summary list that will clarify the 2026 FIFA World Cup Host Selection Qualification and Venues of the USA, Canada, and Mexico.
2026 FIFA World Cup Host Selection and Venues
The qualification process for the 2026 FIFA World Cup is not yet to be decided but there are slots as follows. The FIFA Council is ready to decide which will be the host for this tournament.
On 30 March 2017, FIFA Council Bureau proposed the slot allocation for the 2026 FIFA World Cup and suggested to submitted the ratification by the FIFA Council.
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Candidate Cities and Venues:
The United bid identifies 23 potential host cities from which 16 will be selected: 10 in the U.S. and 3 each from Canada and Mexico. The 2026 FIFA World Cup Final will be played at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
The tournament will be split into 16 host cities, with 11 in the USA, three in Mexico, and two in Canada.
United States Stadium:
- Los Angeles, Rose Bowl(Capacity: 92,542)
- New York/New Jersey, Metlife Stadium(Capacity: 82,500)
- Washington, D.C, FedExField(Capacity: 82,000)
- Dallas,AT&T Stadium(Capacity: 80,000)
- Kansas City, Arrowhead Stadium(Capacity:76,416)
- Denver, Empower Field at Mile High(Capacity: 76, 125)
- Houston, NRG Stadium(Capacity: 72, 220)
- Baltimore, M&T Bank Stadium(Capacity: 71, 006)
- Atlanta, Mercedes-Benz Stadium(Capacity: 71,000)
- Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field(Capacity: 69,796)
- Nashville, Nissan Stadium(Capacity: 69,143)
- Seattle, Lumen Field(Capacity: 69,000)
- San Francisco Bay Area, Levi’s Stadium(Capacity: 68, 500)
- Boston, Gillette Stadium(Capacity: 65,878)
- Cincinnati, Paul Brown Stadium(Capacity: 65,515)
- Miami, Hard Rock Stadium(Capacity: 64,767)
- Orlando, Camping World Stadium(Capacity:60,219)
- Edmonton, Commonwealth Stadium(Capacity: 55,819)
- Toronto, BMO Field(Capacity: 30,00)
- Mexico City, Estadio Azteca(Capacity:87,523)
- Monterrey, Estadio BBVA(Capacity: 53,500)
- Guadalajara, Estadio Akron(Capacity: 49,850)