Miami will be one of sixteen cities to host the next FIFA World Cup tournament four years from now
The football fever is at an all-time high after the nail-biting FIFA World Cup final in Qatar between France and Argentina. Now, everyone’s already counting down to the next world cup that’ll take place in the United States, Mexico, and Canada, four years from now.
Miami makes it to the U.S cities that will host the FIFA World Cup 2026
For football fans in Southwest Florida, it’s significant news: Miami has made it to the list of 16 cities in three countries that will host the world cup matches. Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, is the chosen site.
FIFA president, Gianni Infantino, said to the press that they’d worked very hard to ensure the football fans will not have to travel too much between the West, Central, and East America.
The cities that have made the cut for hosting the world cup tournament 2026
The U.S. cities that have been officially selected to host FIFA World Cup 2026 are New York, Dallas, San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Miami, Seattle, Kansas City, Atlanta, Missouri, Boston, and Philadelphia.
The upcoming world cup will be the first ever played in North America since 1994. Mexico has already hosted the FIFA cup twice, in 1970 and 1986, and it will be Canada’s first World Cup as a host.
The cities selected from Mexico include Guadalajara, Mexico City, and Monterrey, while only two cities in Canada have been selected that are Toronto and Vancouver.
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