World governing football body have announced the 16 cities that will play host to the 2026 FIFA worldcup. They venues comprises of 11 cites in the US, 3 in Mexico and 2 in Canada.
The announcement was made last night, June 16, 2022, via a tweet made on the official FIFA’s twitter handle. The host cities and stadium, officially selected, for the 2026 FIFA (United26) worldcup, include;
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.
While the theme of the 2026 FIFA world cup is “United26” for now all roads will lead to Qatar for the 2022 and 22nd edition of the FIFA worldcup which is scheduled to run from November 21-December 17.