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FIFA announced the 16 cities that will host the 2026 World Cup
Three countries will host: Mexico, the United States and Canada
This will be the first time that the World Cup is played in three different countries, and despite the fact that the edition has not yet been played, the expectation for the new World Cup continues to grow.
In the United States there are 11 cities that will host, two cities from Canada and three cities from Mexico.
The cities that will receive the 2026 World Cup will be the following:
Mexico: Monterrey, Mexico City and Guadalajara.
United States: Miami, Boston, New York/New Jersey, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Kansas and Seattle.
Canada: Vancouver and Toronto.
In Mexico, the Cup will be played in the Akron State, BBVA State, and of course, the Azteca Stadium, which will become the official stadiums of the World Cup.