The legendary Azteca stadium, which hosted the finals of Brazil vs. Italy in 1970 and Argentina vs. Germany in 1986, will also be present at the 2026 World Cup.

As is often the case in recent decades, in the vicinity of a World Cup, the International Federation of Associated Football (FIFA) organizes and makes the pertinent announcements of how the next appointment of the maximum selection tournament will beonce the championship that is about to be played is over.

The mythical Azteca stadium, which hosted the finals of Brazil vs. Italy in 1970 and Argentina vs. Germany in 1986, will also be present at the 2026 World Cup. (Today Paraguay/)

In that sense, these dates are no exception. And 158 days before the World Cup in Qatar, to be played from Monday, November 21, FIFA has already announced the details of which will be the venues for the proposed edition for 2026which will be played in United States, Mexico and Canada.

How many venues will the 2026 World Cup have?

Very different from the next World Cup in Qatar, which will only have eight stadiums that will host the 64 matches of the event, the next competition to be played in the United States, Mexico and Canada will have 16 stadiums. They will be:

  • In USA: Seattle (Lumen Field), San Francisco (Levi’s Stadium), Los Angeles (SoFi Stadium), Kansas City (Arrowhead Stadium), Dallas (AT&T Stadium), Atlanta (Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Houston (NRG Stadium), Boston (Gillette Stadium), Philadelphia (Lincoln Financial Stadium), Miami (Hard Rock Stadium), New York City (MetLife Stadium).
  • In Mexico: Guadalajara (Akron Stadium), Mexico City – (Azteca Stadium), Monterrey (BBVA Stadium).
  • In Canada: Vancouver (BC Place), Toronto (BMO Field).

In this way, The United States will be the country that hosts the most matches, with a total of 60 out of 80 matches What will the 2026 World Cup have?

One detail to keep in mind is that with respect to the 1994 World Cup, which the country of stars and stripes also knew how to organize, only two stadiums will repeat for the 2026 one: the Rose Bowl and the Orland one.

In respect of Mexico, the three venues already knew how to host in the 1970 and 1986 editionswhich includes the mythical Aztec stadium.

The United States will host 60 of the 80 matches of the 2026 World Cup. In the image, the Rose Bowl.

The United States will host 60 of the 80 matches of the 2026 World Cup. In the image, the Rose Bowl. (wikipedia/)

“I think it’s a very nice thing for Mexico to have its third World Cup. It is very important for the fans, because It will be the first country in history to be able to achieve it.. The three venues will be great, because soccer in Mexico is lived in a very particular way”, pronounced the Chucky Lushone of the idols of the Mexican team.

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