World Cup 2026 host cities continue, including 3 in Mexico, U.S. has 11 locations in the U.S. and 2 locations in Canada

FIFA announced Wednesday the 16 North American cities that will host 

matches for the 2026 World Cup, with 11 venues chosen in the United States, three in Mexico and two in Canada. 

The 2026 World Cup will be the first tournament hosted by three nations and also the first that will expand to 48 teams in the competition 

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 host of the 1994 World Cup final, 

the Rose Bowl, was not chosen, with another Los Angeles area venue, SoFi Stadium, being picked instead. 

"It was the most competitive process ever for the FIFA World Cup," FIFA president Gianni Infantino told Fox Sports  

about the selection process. "We will be working in clusters, making sure that the teams and the fans don't have to