- 6 North American cities have been chosen to host matches during the 2026 World Cup.
- FIFA unveiled the host cities and venues on Thursday, including 11 in the U.S., three in Mexico, and two in Canada. Here’s the list:
- UNITED STATES
- Atlanta (Mercedes-Benz Stadium)
- Boston (Gillette Stadium)
- Dallas (AT&T Stadium)
- Houston (NRG Stadium)
- Kansas City (Arrowhead Stadium)
- Los Angeles (SoFi Stadium)
- New York/New Jersey (MetLife Stadium)
- Philadelphia (Lincoln Financial Field)
- San Francisco (Levi’s Stadium)
- Seattle (Lumen Field)
- Guadalajara (Estadio Akron)
- Mexico City (Estadio Azteca)
- Monterrey (Estadio BBVA Bancomer)
- Toronto (BMO Field)
- Vancouver (BC Place)
Do you plan to attend a World Cup match in 2026? What stadiums do you wish had made the cut?
Here’s how the fans in Miami reacted when the announcement was made!
It was great to be on live TV as the official announcement came down: Miami is a host city for the 2026 World Cup. Even snuck in a cold 🍺 from Fritz & Franz 🍻 pic.twitter.com/mdK0AOkO5f
— Will Manso (@WillMansoWPLG) June 16, 2022