Explore the Full List of Football Stadiums for the 2026 FIFA World Cup in United States, Mexico and Canada

Since the 2018 FIFA Congress picked the United States, Mexico, and Canada to host the 2026 World Cup—officially known as the United bid—, the three North American countries have been working to deliver the next edition of the most prestigious football tournament in the globe.

The 2026 World Cup will become the first to include 48 competing teams, expanded from 32. Despite the confusion around the unconfirmed tournament format, the three hosting countries do not need to build new stadiums —unlike the 2022 Qatar World Cup preparation processbut instead, some stadia will take the chance to upgrade their installations, including Mexico City’s Estadio Azteca, Dallas’ AT&T Stadium and Toronto’s BMO Field.

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