World Cup 2026: A guide to all the stadiums from the USA
Every World Cup is a unique event. Every four years, the tournament transports spectators to a different part of the globe, offering a fresh perspective on the beauty of football. What can you expect to see in the USA this time? And above all - which stadiums will host the participating teams?
World Cup 2026: Where will the final of the tournament in US, Canada and Mexico be held?
There is still a long way to go until the first whistle of the World Cup in North America. However, three years before the start of the tournament, one of the most exciting battles is about to be decided, and it has nothing to do with the fight on the pitch. Three American cities are leading the competition to host the final match of the World Cup. Which of them will get the honour?
USA: How are things going at Gillette Stadium this winter?
FIFA World Cup 2022 ended just a few weeks ago, but everyone's thoughts are already on the next tournament in 2026. The organizers of this competition are not idle and are preparing facilities. Among them is the currently renovated arena in Foxborough.
World Cup 2026: Toronto's new stadium will be an addition to the training base
Toronto will be one of two Canadian cities to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup. It has been recently announced that an intimate venue will be built in the city, along with a modern training facility, in addition to the upgrade of BMO Field.
World Cup 2026: How is Canada Preparing for the World Cup in 2026?
The 2026 World Cup is edging ever closer, and preparations for the ultimate tournament are already underway. Canada is hosting the competition alongside the USA and Mexico. Toronto and Vancouver will represent the most northern of the three nations, with 11 USA cities and three Mexican ones also set to accommodate matches.
Canada: Toronto will spend $300 million to host the World Cup
The Toronto authorities have just announced that hosting the 2026 World Cup at BMO Field stadium will cost $300 million of public money. The cost of hosting the games in Toronto is now approaching the net amount the city expects to earn during the 2026 World Cup, which is $307 million.
World Cup 2026: Host cities announced!
For the first time a FIFA World Cup will be hosted by as many as three countries: USA, Mexico and Canada. In fact, the United States will be the main host and the other two countries will help to organise the event mainly symbolically. Either way, the 2026 football World Cup will be played at impressive venues!
Mexico: Renovation of Estadio Azteca will take two years
The modernisation of Mexico's national stadium is about to begin. The venue will be one of the arenas for the 2026 World Cup, so therefore it is necessary to undertake renovation works. The process is expected to start right after this year's World Cup in Qatar and take about two years.
USA: 17 venues compete for FIFA 2026 World Cup
The World Cup is returning to North America after 32 years. However, we still do not know the list of host cities. That is due to change on June 16, when FIFA in New York will announce the final list of arenas where the world's best soccer players will compete.
Mexico: Estadio Azteca getting ready for 2026 World Cup
The legendary stadium will be the host for the World Cup games for the third time in its history. It is one of the three Mexican venues that have been designated to organise the tournament. The neighbourhood of Estadio Azteca is about to undergo a radical change.
Mexico City: Azteca awaiting first major remodelling
The legendary stadium is about to host its third ever World Cup in 2026. Decision to redevelop it has already been confirmed by president of Grupo Televisa, Emilio Azcárraga.
2026 World Cup: Canada, Mexico and (largely) USA win
As we await the joy and sadness of this year's World Cup, we've also learnt who will host the 2026 edition. For the first time in history three host countries will hold the event. Also, no new stadium (!) is listed for the event.