The three largest North American countries (U.S., Mexico & Canada) will share the opportunity to host the largest sporting event in the world four years from now.

The World Cup 2026 host cities revealed, with 11 venues in U.S., 3 in Mexico and 2 in Canada. 

While this is Canada’s first time hosting World Cup matches, Mexico will be hosting for a third time, doing so in 1970 and 1986. 

This will be the second time the United States will play host to the World Cup, the first coming 28 years ago in 1994. 

It is believed that the New York City area will once again be a major player in the 2026 World Cup considering they possess one of the largest sports markets in the world and boast a facility in MetLife Stadium large enough for headlining events. 

The cities officially selected to host World Cup matches in the U.S. 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 officially selected to host World Cup matches in Mexico and Canada are: Guadalajara (Estadio Akron), Monterrey (Estadio BBVA Bancomer), Mexico City (Estadio Azteca), Toronto (BMO Field) and Vancouver (BC Place).

The world will be invading Canada, Mexico, and the United States and they will be invaded by a big wave of joy and of happiness because that’s what football is about.