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41 cities submit bids to host 2026 World Cup [Full list]




A total of 41 North American cities have officially submitted bids to host the 2026 World Cup.

The joint bid for the United States, Mexico and Canada is heavily favored to win the right to host the World Cup. FIFA will review all cities’ submissions and release an initial shortlist of venues this fall.

Of the 80 matches in the 48-team tournament, the U.S. is set to host 60, with Mexico and Canada hosting 10 matches each.

All stadiums are required to have at least 40,000 seats for group-stage matches and a capacity of at least 80,000 is required for the opening match and the final.

41 cities submit bids to host 2026 World Cup [Full list]

FULL LIST OF CITIES SUBMITTING BIDS

CANADA (six cities)

Edmonton, Alberta – Commonwealth Stadium
Montreal, Quebec – Stade Olympique
Ottawa, Ontario – TD Place Stadium
Regina, Saskatchewan – Mosaic Stadium
Toronto, Ontario – BMO Field
Vancouver, British Columbia – BC Place

MEXICO (three cities)

Guadalajara, Jalisco – Estadio Chivas
Mexico City – Estadio Azteca
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon – Estadio Rayados

UNITED STATES (32 cities)

Atlanta, GA – Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Baltimore, MD – M&T Bank Stadium
Birmingham, AL – Legion Field
Boston, MA (Foxborough, MA) – Gillette Stadium
Charlotte, NC – Bank of America Stadium
Chicago, IL – Soldier Field
Cincinnati, OH – Paul Brown Stadium
Cleveland, OH – FirstEnergy Stadium
Dallas, TX – Cotton Bowl
Dallas, TX (Arlington, TX) – AT&T Stadium
Denver, CO – Sports Authority Field at Mile High
Detroit, MI – Ford Field
Houston, TX – NRG Stadium
Indianapolis, IN – Lucas Oil Stadium
Jacksonville, FL – EverBank Field
Kansas City, MO – Arrowhead Stadium
Las Vegas, NV – Raiders Stadium
Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Los Angeles, CA (Inglewood, CA) – LA Stadium at Hollywood Park
Los Angeles, CA (Pasadena, CA) – Rose Bowl
Miami, FL – Hard Rock Stadium
Minneapolis, MN – U.S. Bank Stadium
Nashville, TN – Nissan Stadium
New Orleans, LA – Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New York/New Jersey (East Rutherford, NJ) – MetLife Stadium
Orlando, FL – Camping World Stadium
Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field
Phoenix, AZ (Glendale, AZ) – University of Phoenix Stadium
Pittsburgh, PA – Heinz Field
Salt Lake City, UT – Rice-Eccles Stadium
San Antonio, TX – Alamodome
San Francisco/San Jose, CA (Santa Clara, CA) – Levi’s Stadium
Seattle, WA – CenturyLink Field
Tampa, FL – Raymond James Stadium
Washington, DC (Landover, MD) – FedEx Field





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