L.A., Miami, Atlanta and 11 Other U.S. Cities to Host 2026 World Cup Games
Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, and Kansas City are among the 11 U.S. cities that will host upcoming World Cup games in 2026.
On Thursday, the soccer association announced the 16 locations for the tournament’s first-ever 48-team bracket.
All 60 games will be played in the U.S. across 11 cities, including the quarterfinals and semifinals.
New York and Los Angeles are among the two largest cities to make the cut, alongside Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City, Miami, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Seattle.
The tournament will also be held in Canada and Mexico, with each country hosting ten games in Toronto, Vancouver, Guadalajara, Mexico City, and Monterrey.
It will be the first time in FIFA history that three different countries will host the matches, and it will be the first time since 1994 that the games will be played in the U.S.