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FIFA to announce 2026 World Cup host cities in June

22 May 2022
FIFA to announce 2026 World Cup host cities in June

AFP, Los Angeles :
FIFA plans to announce the host venues for the 2026 World Cup in North America on June 16 in New York, football's global governing body said Friday.
The contenders for what are expected to be at least 16 venues include 17 stadiums in 16 US cities, with the Los Angeles area submitting both SoFi Stadium in Inglewood and the Rose Bowl in Pasadena -- site of the 1994 World Cup final.
FIFA are expected to select three venues each in Mexico and Canada for the first World Cup with three co-hosting nations, with the remainder to be in the United States, where 60 games are planned including all from the quarter-finals.
FIFA awarded the tournament -- which will be the first 48-team World Cup -- in June of 2018.
The venue selection process has since been slowed by the pandemic.
Venues under consideration in Mexico include the iconic Estadio Azteca as well as stadiums in Guadalajara and Monterrey. Canada's bidders include Toronto's BMO Field as well as venues in Edmonton and Vancouver.

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