The FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar is only a few months away. FIFA, meanwhile, is keeping us busy with the announcement of the 2026 World Cup host cities.
The 2026 edition of the biggest football tournament on the planet will be organized by three different countries for the first time, the United States, Canada, and Mexico. FIFA announced 16 venues in 16 different cities on Thursday in which the World Cup 2026 will be played. It includes 11 in the United States, 2 in Canada, and 3 in Mexico.
FIFA World Cup 2026 Host Cities in the USA
The United States will host the World Cup 2026 in 11 venues across 11 cities. Here’s a quick list.
- Atalanta – Marcedes-Benz Stadium
- AT&T Stadium – Dallas
- Gillette Stadium – Boston
- NRG Stadium – Houston
- Arrowhead Stadium – Kansas City
- SoFi Stadium – Los Angeles
- Hard Rock Stadium – Miami
- MetLife Stadium – New York
- Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia
- Levi’s Stadium – San Francesco
- Lumen Field – Seattle
FIFA World Cup 2026 Host Cities in Mexico
Mexico will host the World Cup 2026 in 3 venues across 3 different cities.
- Estadio Azteca – Mexico City
- Estadio BBVA – Monterrey
- Estadio Akron – Guadalajara
FIFA World Cup 2026 Host Cities in Canada
Canada will host the World Cup 2026 in 2 venues in 2 different cities.
- BMO Field – Toronto
- BC Place – Vancouver