The United States, Canada, and Mexico will share the spotlight for the first time in history as FIFA World Cup hosts In 2026.
On Friday, FIFA released all of the locations, with a few surprises in store. The tournament will be held in 11 cities in the United States, three in Mexico, and two in Canada.
FIFA World Cup 2026 Venues
The Estadio Azteca in Mexico will go down in history as the only venue to host three World Cups. Pele won the trophy in 1970, and Maradona won it in 1986.
The FIFA World Cup 2022 will be rolling off in Qatar on 21 November.