FIFA president Sepp Blatter announced the winning bids at FIFA’s headquarters in Zurich. The 2026 FIFA World Cup will be the 23rd FIFA World Cup. The Canada–Mexico–United States 2026 FIFA World Cup host bid, is branded United 2026. The United States would host 60 of the 80 matches.
The final list of hosting the North American countries has submitted a list of 32 cities. That all city host the match of FIFA world cup. The U.S. will join France, Germany, Brazil, and Italy as nations to host the cup twice, while this will be a record third time for Mexico and Finally !! The 2026 FIFA World Cup will be staged in Canada, Mexico, and the United States.
The United States will host the FIFA World Cup second time. and this time sixteen cities will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup matches.
2026 FIFA World Cup host: Baltimore submitted to the list of 32 cities
The cities in contention to host are New York/New Jersey, Seattle, Boston, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Denver, Miami, Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Baltimore, Nashville, Orlando, San Francisco/San Jose, and Cincinnati.
North America is selected as the host continent. Baltimore along with nearby Washington and Philadelphia are on the list. 2026 FIFA World Cup host country America is the 23rd world cup host country of football world cup. Overall 48 national teams will participate in the tournament. The World Cup last came to North America in 1994.
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Format of match in FIFA World Cup 2026
Total Match – 88
- Expand to 40 teams (8 groups of 5 teams)
Total matches– 76
- Expand to 40 teams (10 groups of 4 teams)
Total matches– 80
- Expand to 48 teams (opening 32-team playoff round)
Total matches– 80
- Expand to 48 teams (16 groups of 3 teams)
Cities and Venues of FIFA World Cup 2026
Edmonton – Commonwealth Stadium
Toronto – BMO Field
Mexico City – Estadio Azteca Stadium
Monterrey – Estadio BBVA
Monterrey – Estadio Akron
Los Angeles – Rose Bowl
New York/New Jersey – MetLife Stadium
Washington, D.C – FedExField
Dallas – AT&T Stadium
Kansas City – Arrowhead Stadium
Denver – Empower Field at Mile High
Houston – NRG Stadium
Baltimore – M&T Bank Stadium
Atlanta – Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Philadelphia – Lincoln Financial Field
Nashville – Nissan Stadium
Seattle – Lumen Field
San Francisco Bay Area
Boston – Gillette Stadium
Cincinnati – Paul Brown Stadium
Miami – Hard Rock Stadium
Orlando – Camping World Stadium