The U.S. cities hosting the 2026 World Cup

Four summers from now, 48 nations will compete for the 2026 World Cup as the competition is organized in urban communities across the United States, Canada and Mexico.

FIFA, soccer’s worldwide administering body, declared these will be the host urban communities for 2026:

-San Francisco
-Los Angeles (SoFi Stadium)
-Guadalajara, Mexico
-Kansas City
-Monterrey, Mexico
-Mexico City
-New York/New Jersey
Eleven locales are in the U.S., three are in Mexico, and two in Canada. Areas for specific matches, including the locales of the opening matches and last, will be declared later.

This will be whenever that the competition first will incorporate 48 groups, rather than the ongoing 32-group design. It will likewise be whenever the competition first is organized across three host countries.
Urban communities that were not chosen incorporate Cincinnati; Denver; Edmonton, Canada; Nashville, Tenn.; Orlando, Fla.; and Baltimore.

The “main” opening match will probably happen in either Los Angeles or Mexico City – the two urban areas that have recently facilitated World Cup finals.
The U.S., Canada and Mexico were chosen as the triumphant bid in 2018, demolishing Morocco. The U.S. recently facilitated the World Cup in 1994; Mexico facilitated the competition in 1970 and 1986.

The three nations’ joint bid marked itself the United Bid, under the proverb “Solidarity. Sureness. Opportunity.” Their mission featured the major monetary open door presented by facilitating the games in North America, as well as the straightforwardness and unquestionably of involving huge limit arenas that are as of now being used.

Most of the U.S. fields in conflict routinely have NFL groups, and some are home to MLS crews also. The Canadian arenas have the Canadian Football League and MLS, while the proposed fields in Mexico are home to groups in Mexico’s top soccer association, Liga MX.
The bid promoted the arenas’ extravagance suites and club space — promising that all are “undeniably intended to have FIFA pioneers and visitors, global dignitaries, and the exceptional ticket purchaser.”

Organizing the World Cup across three exceptionally huge nations will present critical travel difficulties for groups and the fans who follow them, particularly contrasted with competitions facilitated in a solitary country with solid rail associations that permit fans to flash from one city to another.
The United Bid considered this by planning territorial bunches for groups and gatherings.

Throughout the competition’s knockout stage, there will be a stream from West to East, and the bid proposed siting the last match at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. The bid likewise recommended facilitating the two elimination rounds in Atlanta and Dallas.

Yet, some time before the world’s soccer fans show up in North America, there’s the 2022 World Cup, occurring in have country Qatar. The competition starts Nov. 21 and goes through Dec. 18.

Georgie Collins

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