From Mexico City to Vancouver, passing through New York and Los Angeles, FIFA announced the 16 venues of the 2026 World Cup

FIFA released this Thursday the list of the 16 cities that will host matches of the 2026 World Cup that will be jointly organized by Canada, the United States and Mexico and that will be the first with 48 participants.

The list includes Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Guadalajara, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles Stadium/SoFi, Mexico City, Miami, Monterrey, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, Toronto and Vancouver.

“We congratulate the 16 World Cup cities for their exceptional effort and for their passion. Today is a historic day, for everyone in those cities and those states, for FIFA, for Canada, for the United States and Mexico who will bring to life to the greatest show on Earth”, emphasized Gianni Infantino.

“We can’t wait to work together with them to offer what will be an unprecedented World Cup and a break in the attempt to make football truly global,” the FIFA president completed.

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