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World Cup 2026 host cities include Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Toronto and Dallas - The Athletic

The tournament will have its games hosted in 17 different venues, 13 of which are in the United States, two in Canada and three in Mexico.

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While anticipation builds for the 2022 World Cup later this year, FIFA already began exciting fans for the 2026 tournament with its announcement on Thursday of which North American cities will be hosting games. The tournament, which will be the first-ever to be shared by three different countries, will have its games hosted in 16 different venues across 16 cities, 11 of which are in the United States, two in Canada and three in Mexico.

The tournament's western region host cities will be Vancouver, Seattle, San Francisco/Bay Area, Los Angeles and Guadalajara.

The central region host cities will be Kansas City, Dallas, Atlanta, Houston, Monterrey and Mexico City.

The east region games will be in Toronto, Boston, Philadelphia, Miami and New York/New Jersey.

The U.S. venues include Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta), AT&T Stadium (Dallas), Gillette Stadium (Boston), NRG Stadium (Houston), Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City), SoFi Stadium (Los Angeles), Hard Rock Stadium (Miami), MetLife Stadium (New York/New Jersey), Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia), Levi’s Stadium (San Francisco) and Lumen Field (Seattle).

Matches in Canada will be played at BMO Field (Toronto) and BC Place (Vancouver). The venues in Mexico are Estadio Azteca (Mexico City), Estadio BBVA (Monterrey) and Estadio Akron (Guadalajara).

For more on the host cities announcement, follow The Athletic's live blog.

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