11 August, 2022

FIFA announces venues for World Cup 2026 that the US will share. Canada and Mexico

The announcement of the future World Cup venues 2026 It was carried out from the Rockefeller Center in New York in three geographical sections, It is, center and west, and from north to south.

Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

U.S – FIFA announced the 16 cities that will host the World Cup 2026 apportioned, for the first time, in three different countries: U.S, Mexico and Canada.

The announcement of the future World Cup venues 2026 It was carried out from the Rockefeller Center in New York in three geographical sections, It is, center and west, and from north to south.

In the eastern region the venues will be Vancouver, in Canada; Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles, en EE UU, and Guadalajara in Mexico. In the middle, the chosen cities have been the American ones Kansas City, Dallas, Atlanta y Houston, and the Mexicans Monterrey, the steel giant, and Mexico City, with the emblematic Azteca stadium. In the East, Toronto (Glen) and the Americans Boston, Philadelphia, Miami and the twin New York-New Jersey bid.

Although FIFA has not announced which of them will host the final, the latter hopes to have odds, according to those responsible for the candidacy, that indicate the joint impulse of the authorities.

“We will take our time for that decision”, announced Gianni Infantino, head of FIFA. The choice of 16 cities obey, according to Infantino, to FIFA's desire to "ensure that fans do not have to travel too much, so that everyone has a fantastic experience”. between all of them, Kansas has given the surprise.

North America came together to show muscle in front of the world. The United candidacy 2026 it was the only one that pleased the FIFA leadership despite the fact that Morocco also competed without success. The United States will be the country with the most cities for 2026, eleven in all.

The World of 2026 will have another unprecedented ingredient because the number of participants in the 32 selections to 48, which opens the spectrum for countries that have never qualified. It will also allow up to 80 matches. "More and more countries in the world reach the star category necessary to participate in a World Cup", congratulated the FIFA president.