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    Who will host the 2026 World Cup? Hosts, venues, dates & more

    Who will host the 2026 World Cup? Hosts, venues, dates & more

    Cady Siregar

    Feb 11, 2022 21:00+00:00

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    GOAL has what you need to know about who will host the 2026 World Cup and when it will be held

    Attention and excitement may now be focused on the road to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, but it's never too early to think about the following edition of the marquee tournament, set to be held in 2026.

    It's still a few years away, but it's impossible to look even further ahead to when the next edition of the star-studded global tournament will take place – and GOAL has what you need to know about where it will take place, dates, venues and more.

    Who will host the 2026 World Cup?

    The 2026 World Cup will be joint-hosted by the United States, Mexico and Canada.

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    The tournament will comprise of 60 matches, with the quarterfinals, semi-finals, and the final, will be hosted by the United States. Canada and Mexico will each host 10 matches.

    The 2026 will be the first competition hosted by three nations, while also being the first to include 48 teams, expanded from 32.

    Mexico previously hosted the World Cup on two occasions, in 1970 and 1986, while the United States last hosted the tournament in 1994. This will be Canada's first time hosting, or co-hosting, the men's tournament.

    Will USMNT, Canada and Mexico automatically qualify for the 2026 World Cup as hosts?

    It is not currently known if multiple host countries will automatically qualify for the World Cup.

    FIFA have not yet confirmed the qualification process for the 2026 World Cup, while it is also possible that all three countries would qualify for the tournament through the regular process.

    Traditionally, the host country will automatically qualify for the tournament, but with three hosts, it is unclear how this process will work.

    South Korea and Japan's co-hosting of the 2002 World Cup was the last time multiple countries qualified for the competition as hosts.

    When will the 2026 World Cup take place?

    The 2026 World Cup is set to take place in the summer of 2026 between June and July, with the exact dates yet to be confirmed.

    It will return to taking place in the summertime months, following from World Cup 2022 taking place in November and December in Qatar due to the cooler climate.

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    Behind the Scenes of the 2026 World Cup Bid Process – SportsTravel

    They gathered in different ways. Some had big, public parties. Others gathered in a conference room as a small group. One watched from a villa in Tuscany. Watching at home, John Kristick was able t…

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    Behind the Scenes of the 2026 World Cup Bid Process Inside the host announcement from FIFA's secrecy to what's next

    Posted On : December 3, 2022 By : Matt Traub

    The 2026 FIFA World Cup Trophy on display before a press conference at Rockefeller Plaza in New York. (AP Photo/Noah K. Murray)

    They gathered in different ways. Some had big, public parties. Others gathered in a conference room as a small group. One watched from a villa in Tuscany.

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    Watching at home, John Kristick was able to reflect. When Qatar was awarded the 2022 World Cup in December 2010, it was at the expense of the United States’ bid led by Kristick as managing director. Seven years later, the U.S. teamed with Mexico and Canada for the first three-country World Cup bid. Back as managing director for the new bid, Kristick got in touch with the cities involved the first time around.

    “Quite frankly, I wasn’t sure what the reaction would be,” he said. “Every one of them said, ‘We’re ready.’ Fast forward to June 2018 when the bid was chosen (by FIFA) and it was just a proud moment.”

    Fast forward again to July 16 and FIFA — having delayed a host city announcement multiple times — was ready to reveal all. Those involved waited, watching as the decision was broadcast and streamed worldwide.

    [2022 World Cup: Who’s Playing, How to Watch and Why Qatar is Hosting]

    “I had over a decade of my life wrapped up into one announcement,” said Janis Burke, chief executive officer for the Harris County-Houston Sports Authority.

    Finally, the announcement came: Atlanta, the Bay Area, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami, New York/New Jersey, Philadelphia and Seattle were chosen to host matches in the United States.

    “One would look at it and say, ‘It can’t be that complicated to do four, five, six matches in a stadium that already exists,’” Kristick said. “It’s far more complicated. It was a very proud moment for me — but also some disappointment for the cities that did not make it because of all the energy they put into it.”

    Over the past two months, SportsTravel canvassed more than a dozen sources about the selection process for this insider account, including:

    The level of secrecy in which FIFA held cities in suspense

    Meetings FIFA held with cities after the announcement and in subsequent site visits

    The view from those who were left on the outside after the announcement

    A timetable for when a schedule is announced

    Who’s in contention to host the title match

    [Inside the 2022 World Cup: What It’s Like Behind the Scenes in Qatar]

    Announcement Day Anxieties

    After a series of site visits and endless Zoom meetings, communication between FIFA and candidate cities increased in the final three weeks, including a series of follow-up contracts that each city had to sign. The Monday before the announcement, each city was asked to provide a congratulatory video from a local celebrity, with cities needing to turn the videos around within a 48-hour period.

    “There were many requests that came in which we knew would only be seen or used if we won,” said Meg Kane, manager of bid coordination and external affairs for Philadelphia Soccer 2026. “It was clear that FIFA wanted to make the announcement special but also maintain the confidentiality of its decision up until the moment host cities were revealed.”

    Leaders in each city also got reminders the night before the announcement about hotel and flight reservations for a weekend ahead with FIFA officials. “We didn’t realize these had come in until mid-afternoon when someone caught it in their spam filter,” Kane said. “At that point though — given how thorough FIFA had been in its planning and in protecting the decision — we just assumed every candidate host city had received it and didn’t read into it all that much.”

    FIFA’s confidential nature led to whispers about individual negotiations; Burke remembers hearing “some cities still didn’t have an agreement in place and were working on it up until the last hour. I would have lost sleep for sure if that were the case in our city.” Journalist Grant Wahl reported on Substack that FIFA officials met with Los Angeles and Miami bid officials the morning of the announcement.

    One thing was for sure: Nobody knew which cities would be announced until the broadcast.

    “(With) the NCAA, a lot of times we’ll get a phone call beforehand so that we can brace ourselves or know what to expect and put a plan of action together,” Dallas Sports Commission Chief Executive Officer Monica Paul said. “That wasn’t the case with FIFA.”

    स्रोत : www.sportstravelmagazine.com

    When and where is the 2026 World Cup: Location, Venues, Format, Dates

    The 2026 World Cup will take place in three North American countries: the United States, Mexico, and Canada across 16 different host cities.

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    When and where is the 2026 World Cup?

    By Mary Omatiga

    Dec 8, 2022, 11:00 AM EST

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    The 2022 World Cup officially begins on Sunday, November 20, and runs through Sunday, December 18 in Qatar featuring 64 matches contested by 32 nations in 8 stadiums over the course of 29 days.

    This year marks the very first time that the World Cup is taking place in the Middle East. Qatar, which is the smallest nation to ever host the event, has average high temperatures in June and July of over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, which is why FIFA made the decision to host the 22nd edition of the World Cup in the Fall. As always, this year’s World Cup marks four years until the next edition of the tournament, which will make history with three different nations hosting matches.  See below for location information for both the 2022 and 2026 World Cups.

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    2022 World Cup Venues:

    The 2022 World Cup will take place in the following venues:

    Al Bayt Stadium – 22 miles from central DohaLusail Stadium – 12 miles from central DohaAhmad Bin Ali Stadium – 12 miles from central DohaAl Janoub Stadium – 14 miles from central DohaAl Thumama Stadium – 8 miles from central DohaEducation City Stadium – 8 miles from central DohaKhalifa International Stadium – 3 miles from central DohaStadium 974 – 6 miles from central Doha

    Where will the 2026 World Cup take place?

    The 2026 World Cup will take place in three North American countries: the United States, Mexico, and Canada. This will be the first time that the tournament is hosted by three different nations and it will be the very first time that the event will be contested in Canada. There will be a total of 16 venues used as host cities for the 2026 World Cup. The U.S. will have 11, Canada will have 2, and Mexico will have 3.

    Additionally, the 2026 World Cup will debut an expanded format featuring 48 teams–as opposed to 32–split into 16 groups of 3.

    RELATED: 2026 World Cup venues selected: Which cities will host in USA, Canada, Mexico?

    2026 World Cup host cities

    USA (11)

    Atlanta – Mercedes-Benz Stadium

    Boston – Gillette Stadium

    Dallas – AT&T Stadium

    Houston – NRG Stadium

    Kansas City – Arrowhead Stadium

    Los Angeles – SoFi Stadium

    Miami – Hard Rock Stadium

    New York/New Jersey – MetLife Stadium

    Philadelphia – Lincoln Financial Field

    San Francisco – Levi’s Stadium

    Seattle – Lumen Field

    Canada (2) Toronto – BMO Field

    Vancouver – BC Place

    Mexico (3)

    Guadalajara – Estadio Akron

    Mexico City – Estadio Azteca

    Monterrey – Estadio BBVA

    When is the 2026 World Cup?

    The 2026 World Cup is scheduled to take place from June 8 through July 3.

    2022 World Cup U.S. Group Stage Schedule:

    U.S. vs. Wales – Monday, November 21 at 2 PM ETU.S. vs. England – Friday, November 25 at 2 PM ETU.S. vs Iran – Tuesday, November 29 at 2 PM ET

    2022 World Cup Mexico Group Stage Schedule:

    Mexico vs. Poland – Tuesday, November 22 at 11 AM ETMexico vs Argentina – Saturday, November 26 at 2 PM ETMexico  vs Saudi Arabia – Wednesday, November 30 at 2 PM ETRELATED: World Cup 2022 schedule – groups, calendar, match schedule, brackets, dates

    How to watch the 2022 World Cup:

    *All times are listed as ET

    When: November 20, 2022 – December 18, 2022Group stage game kick-off times: 5 am, 8 am, 11 am, and 2 pmLocation: QatarTV channel in English: FoxTV channels en Español: Telemundo, Universo, Peacock

    Follow along with ProSoccerTalk for the latest news, storylines, and updates surrounding the 2022 World Cup!

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    Croatia vs Brazil: How to watch live, stream link, team news

    By Nicholas Mendola

    Dec 8, 2022, 7:50 PM EST

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    World Cup-savvy Croatia stands in the way of stylish Brazil’s pursuit of a sixth World Cup crown, and the pair promise a complex match-up on Friday in Al Rayyan.

    Match 58 of the 2022 World Cup kicks off the quarterfinals as Neymar leads Tite’s star-studded CONMEBOL powers into a match against the 2018 runners-up.

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    Croatia got past Japan in penalties and will now dream of the two wins that could set it back in the final where France could again be waiting for a juicy rematch.

    Croatia needed penalties to get past Japan in the Round of 16, while Brazil pasted South Korea 4-1.  Croatia has never beaten Brazil in four meetings, losing at the 2006 and 2014 World Cups.

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