All eyes are now focused on the future FIFA World Cup competitions in 2026 and 2030. Respectively, following the victorious completion of the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar with Argentina winning the title after 36 years. Fans from all around the world have already begun to research the countries and locations that will host the upcoming World Cup tournaments.
The prestigious FIFA World Cup 2026 will be co-hosted by the United States, Canada, and Mexico
By providing platforms to 48 nations. These North American countries will be hosting the event in an entirely new and expanded structure. Before it was established, this brand-new format was the centre of debate.
In contrast to the United States and Mexico, which will host it for the second and third times. Respectively, Canada will be hosting the renowned FIFA World Cup for the very first time. The three nations were chosen to host the competition in 2018 and gave it the name “United 2026” after the FIFA Congress voted overwhelmingly in favour of these countries against Morocco.
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The matches will take place in Canada
The sixteen cities from these three nations that will host the matches have been announced by FIFA. There are three venues finalised in Mexico, including the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City, Estadio BBVA in Monterrey, and Estadio Akron in Guadalajara. Eleven of them are from the United States, including Atlanta, Los Angeles, the Bay Area, Seattle, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City, New York/New Jersey, Boston, Philadelphia, and Miami. The matches will take place in Canada at two different locations. Including Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton and BMO Field in Toronto.
While there is still uncertainty on which country will host the 2030 FIFA World Cup due to numerous contenders. Everyone was shocked when Ukraine formally joined Spain and Portugal in their combined candidature. Because it is now engaged in a conflict with Russia that is destroying its assets. After losing out to the North American countries in the bid for the 2026 World Cup. Morocco is also aiming to secure the venue in 2030. Additionally, with a joint bid option, the South American nations of Chile, Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay are also competing.
Before 2024, when the FIFA congress convenes for the voting. The uncertainty over which country will host the 2030 FIFA World Cup is not expected to be settled.