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2026 World Cup: FIFA to announce host cities on June 16

Lizzy Becherano
FIFA is set to reveal the 2026 World Cup host cities on June 16.
FIFA is set to reveal the 2026 World Cup host cities on June 16. / ALFREDO ESTRELLA/GettyImages
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FIFA are set to announce the 2026 World Cup host cities across the United States, Mexico and Canada on June 16 with a live broadcast from New York City.

The tournament will be jointed hosted by 16 cities across the three North American countries, with 22 applicant cities in the running to host the 80 games that will be played.

The United States will host the majority of the tournament, holding 60 games, while Mexico and Canada will stage 10 games each. The 2026 edition of the men's World Cup will also be the first time 48 teams have competed.

The full list of candidates host cities is as follows:

United States candidate host cities

  • Atlanta - Mercedes-Benz Stadium
  • Boston - Gillette Stadium
  • Cincinnati - Paul Brown Stadium
  • Dallas - AT&T Stadium
  • Denver - Empower Field at Mile High
  • Houston - NRG Stadium
  • Kansas City - Arrowhead Stadium
  • Los Angeles - Rose Bowl and SoFi Stadium
  • Miami - Hard Rock Stadium
  • Nashville - Nissan Stadium
  • New York/New Jersey - MetLife Stadium
  • Orlando - Camping World Stadium
  • Philadelphia - Lincoln Financial Field
  • San Francisco - Levi's Stadium
  • Seattle - Lumen Field
  • Washington DC/Baltimore - M&T Bank Stadium

Canada candidate host cities

  • Edmonton - Commonwealth Stadium
  • Toronto - BMO Field
  • Vancouver - BC Place

Mexico candidate host cities

  • Guadalajara - Estadio Akron
  • Mexico City - Estadio Azteca
  • Monterrey - Estadio BBVA

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