The possible stadiums for the 2026 World Cup in the USA, Canada and Mexico
The ball still needs to roll in the United States, Mexico and Canada in 2026 for the World Cup, but there are already stadiums (and therefore host cities) that could be the official ones for this tournament, get to know them here.
Canadian stadiums for the 2026 World Cup
The Olympic Stadium of Quebec in Canada with a capacity for 61 thousand people. With capacity for 56 thousand people the Commonwealth Stadium located in Alberta. BMO Field in Toronto currently houses 30,000 people.
American stadiums for the 2026 World Cup
The USA will be the country in the concacaf 2026 trilogy with the most stadiums available for the beautiful game. Rose Bowl Stadium icon of world football, here Brazil won the 1994 World Cup in the USA, current capacity 92 thousand people. MetLife Stadium, where Chile won the 2016 Copa América against Argentina, has a capacity for 82 thousand people. FedExField located in Washington DC hosts about 82,000 people. AT&T Stadium in Texas, capacity for 80 thousand people. Arrowhead Stadium with capacity for 76 thousand people, Kansas City. NRG Stadium with capacity for 70 thousand people in Houston, Texas. The Sports Authority Field at Mile High located in Denver can accommodate about 76,000 people. The M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore with capacity for 71 thousand people.
Mexican stadiums for the 2026 World Cup
The Akron Stadium, home of the Chivas de Guadalajara with a current capacity for 50 thousand people. The BBVA Bancomer Stadium in Monterrey with 53 thousand seats The Azteca Stadium with capacity for almost 90 thousand people, would be the 1st stadium in the world to host 3 World Cups.
Two countries that repeat but this time jointly. Mexico has hosted the World Cup twice, 1970 and 1986, being the best participations of El Tri, the United States hosted the 1994 World Cup.