FIFA unveils list of 16 cities in United States, Canada, and Mexico that will host matches in 2026 World Cup

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FIFA unveils list of 16 cities in United States, Canada, and Mexico that will host matches in 2026 World Cup – the first time in history that three nations will co-host the international football championship. Eleven US cities were selected, alongside three Mexican cities – Guadalajara, Monterrey and Mexico City – and two in Canada, Toronto and Vancouver. In the US, matches will be played in Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami, New York/New Jersey, Philadelphia, Seattle, and in the San Francisco Bay Area. FIFA has not said which city will host the finals. Thursday’s announcement was met with excitement from officials in the host cities, as well as from national football teams and associations in the three countries. The 2026 tournament will mark the first time in FIFA’s history that three countries play host to the World Cup, which occurs every four years and is one of the most popular sporting events on earth.

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