Atlanta, Houston, Miami, Philadelphia, Seattle and Kansas (Missouri) were among the 11 U.S. venues selected to host the match in 2026. World Cup, and Baltimore, Cincinnati, Denver, Nashville, Tennessee and Orlando, Florida. left behind.
Arlington, Texas; East Rutherford, New Jersey; Foxborough (Massachusetts) and Inglewood and Santa Clara (California) were retained.
FIFA announced on Thursday its selection for the first world championship, which will feature three hosts, as well as three Mexican cities and two in Canada.
None of the nine stadiums used in 1994 were included in the U.S. selection. world championship. The Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, and Orlando’s Camping World Stadium were the only ones to fight for, and they were among the pitches fired in the final round.
New stadiums were selected in five areas used in 1994. AT&T Stadium in Texas has replaced the Dallas Cotton Bowl; SoFi Stadium in Inglevude took over Pasadena Rose Bowl; and Levi’s Stadium instead of Stanford Stadium.
The Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, and the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, have replaced the adjacent demolished Giants and Foxboro Stadiums.
Orlando’s Camping World was removed from the existing 1994 The Detroit district, home of the old Pontiac Silverdome, was cut down in 2018 and the Baltimore M&T Bank stadium was dismantled after FedEx Field in Landovery, Maryland, left. Washington DCK Stadium was used in 1994.
1994 Chicago, which staged at Solider Field, declined to compete on FIFA’s economic grounds.
The Estadio Azteca Stadium in Mexico, which hosted the 1970s and 1986 The finals, which will be the first stadium in three world championships, were selected alongside Guadalajara’s Estadio Akron and Monterrey’s Estadio BBVA.
Toronto BMO Field and Vancouver, BC Place in British Columbia were selected, while Edmonton, Alberta Commonwealth Stadium was eliminated.
The bidding plan included 60 games in the U.S., including all from the quarterfinals, and 10 each in Mexico and Canada.
The specific locations for each tour will be announced later.
In contrast to the 1992 was announced on the website during a press conference in 2026. The announcement was made on a TV show from Fox Studios in Manhattan.
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