Eleven venues in the United States, three in Mexico and two in Canada will host the FIFA World Cup 2026. This will be the first World Cup hosted by three nations and also the first that will expand to 48 teams. The cities selected in the US are: New York/New Jersey (MetLife Stadium); Los Angeles (SoFi Stadium); Dallas (AT&T Stadium); San Francisco Bay Area (Levi's Stadium); Miami (Hard Rock Stadium); Atlanta (Mercedes-Benz Stadium); Seattle (Lumen Field); Houston (NRG Stadium); Philadelphia (Lincoln Financial Field); Kansas City, Missouri (Arrowhead Stadium); and Boston (Gillette Stadium). The cities selected in Mexico and Canada are: Guadalajara (Estadio Akron), Monterrey (Estadio BBVA Bancomer), Mexico City (Estadio Azteca), Toronto (BMO Field) and Vancouver (BC Place).
Nick Bontis, president of Canada Soccer; Yon de Luisa Plazas, president of Mexican Football Federation; U.S. Soccer President Cindy Parlow Cone; FIFA President Gianni Infantino; and Vice President Vittorio Montagliani, from left, chat while standing near the 2026 FIFA World Cup trophy in New York.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino answers questions during a 2026 soccer World Cup news conference in New York.
An announcement at Mercedes-Benz Stadium indicates that FIFA has selected Atlanta as a 2026 soccer World Cup host city in Atlanta.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp speaks during a news conference after FIFA announced Atlanta as a 2026 World Cup host city in Atlanta.
Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens speaks during a news conference after FIFA announced Atlanta as a 2026 World Cup host city in Atlanta.
Soccer fans a cheer as they learn that Miami will be a host city for the 2026 FIFA World Cup in Coral Gables, Florida.
Soccer fans gathered at the George and Dragon Pub in Seattle, to cheer the awarding of Seattle as a host city for the 2026, World Cup soccer tournament.
Mexican artist Becky G arrives for the FIFA announcement of the cities that will host soccer games for the 2026 World Cup in New York.
Fans wait along 6th Ave. for FIFA's announcement of the names of the host cities for the 2026 World Cup soccer tournament in New York.
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, left, County Commissioners Jose Diaz and Raquel Regalado, and Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava cheer as they learn that Miami will be a host city in the 2026 FIFA World Cup in Coral Gables, Florida.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murph, joined by New York Mayor Eric Adams speaks during a 2026 FIFA World Cup host city selection watch party at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Youth soccer players kick a ball around on the field at B.C. Place stadium during a gathering to watch as Vancouver was chosen as one of the host cities for the 2026 FIFA World Cup soccer tournament at B.C. Place stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Fans celebrate at KC Live! in the Power and Light District in Kansas City, Mo., after it was announced that Kansas City was chosen as a host city the 2026 FIFA World Cup soccer tournament.