FIFA Reveals Host Cities for 2026 World Cup in North America

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Sports Illustrated

By Brian Straus The U.S., Mexico and Canada will be putting on the biggest World Cup yet, with the host sites picked for the 48-team event. View the original article to see embedded media. FIFA on Thursday evening unveiled the 16 cities that will host World Cup matches in 2026, selecting 11 markets in the U.S., two in Canada and three in Mexico. The announcement in New York City comes four years before the historic 23rd World Cup tournament, which will be the first hosted by three nations and the first with 48 participants. The chosen American cities are Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Kansa…

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