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It’s never to early to start planning a trip of the lifetime, especially when the whole world will be descending on North America for the 2026 World Cup. This will be the first time the FIFA World Cup will be on North American soil since 1994 and will be the largest World Cup in history.

Here are the potential host cities and venues for the 2026 World Cup: 

Where will the 2026 FIFA World Cup Final be played?

The World Cup final is expected to take place at MetLife Stadium home of the New York Giants and New York Jets.

The World Cup final is expected to take place at MetLife Stadium home of the New York Giants and New York Jets.

Will the USA, Mexico, & Canada automatically make the tournament?

Yes, the Unites States, Mexico, and Canada will all get automatic bids to the tournament since they are hosting. This will ensure that fans from the local areas will at least have a chance to see their home team plan in the round robin tournament.


What cities will host games for the 2026 FIFA World Cup?

The United 2026 bid includes group stage games in United States, Mexico, and Canada. Games from the quarter finals on will be played at cities within the USA.

Cities in the United States will host 60 games, with Canada and Mexico expected to each host 10 games. The cities are not yet finalized, as FIFA will ultimately have the final say. The final sites and schedules have not been released, but here are the 17 sites that are under considerations for US games.

  • Atlanta (Mercedes-Benz Stadium): Capacity: 71,000
  • Baltimore (M&T Bank Stadium): Capacity: 71,000
  • Boston (Gillette Stadium): Capacity: 70,000    
  • Cincinnati (Paul Brown Stadium): Capacity: 67,402  
  • Dallas (AT&T Stadium): Capacity: 80,000  
  • Denver (Sports Authority Field at Mile High): Capacity: 77,595
  • Houston (NRG Stadium): Capacity: 72,220  
  • Kansas City (Arrowhead Stadium): Capacity: 76,416 
  • Los Angeles (Rose Bowl): Capacity: 92,000 
  • Miami (Hard Rock Stadium): Capacity: 67,518  
  • Nashville (Nissan Stadium): Capacity: 75,000
  • New York/New Jersey (MetLife Stadium): Capacity: 87,157   
  • Orlando (Camping World Stadium): Capacity: 65,000
  • Philadelphia (Lincoln Financial Field): Capacity: 70,000   
  • San Francisco (Levi’s Stadium): Capacity: 75,000
  • Seattle (CenturyLink Field): Capacity: 72,000
  • Washington, D.C. (FedExField): Capacity: 82,000 

The venues have been set for the Mexico and Canada portion of the bid. Here are the venues.

  • Guadalajara (Estadio Akron): Capacity: 48,071
  • Mexico City (Estadio Azteca): Capacity: 87,523
  • Monterrey (Estadio BBVA Bancomer): Capacity: 53,500
  • Edmonton (Commonwealth Stadium): Capacity: 56,302
  • Montreal (Olympic Stadium): Capacity: 73,000
  • Toronto (BMO Field): Capacity: 45,500 

How many teams will play in the 2026 World Cup?

For the first time in the tournament’s history, the field will expand to 48 teams, up from 32. This means there will be more teams, more countries, more fans, and more FIFA games!





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When will we get more details about the cities and schedule of the 2026 FIFA World Cup?

FIFA will likely announce more details about where the games will be played and when in 2020 or 2021.

The 2026 FIFA World Cup Official Draw is expected to take place in December 2025. Because of the huge area across 3 countries, it will be hard to make travel plans for individual countries until this time.

This guide will be updated as more details are announced.

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