Friday, 8 September 2017

2026 World Cup: 41 North American Cities Submit Bids

Forty-one North American cities have officially submitted bids to serve as host cities for the 2026 World Cup.
The joint bid for the United States, Mexico and Canada is heavily favoured to win the right to host the World Cup, and it will review all cities' submissions and release an initial shortlist of venues this fall.

Twenty to twenty-five cities will be included in the final bid to FIFA, with at least 12 locations expected to be named host cities should the bid be successful.

Full List of Cities Submitting Bids:

CANADA: Edmonton, Alberta – Commonwealth Stadium, Montreal, Quebec – Stade Olympique, Ottawa, Ontario – TD Place Stadium, Regina, Saskatchewan – Mosaic Stadium, Toronto, Ontario – BMO Field, Vancouver, British Columbia – BC Place

MEXICO: Guadalajara, Jalisco – Estadio Chivas, Mexico City – Estadio Azteca, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon – Estadio Rayados

UNITED STATES: Atlanta, GA – Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Baltimore, MD – M&T Bank Stadium, Birmingham, AL – Legion Field, Boston, MA (Foxborough, MA) – Gillette Stadium, Charlotte, NC – Bank of America Stadium, Chicago, IL – Soldier Field, Cincinnati, OH – Paul Brown Stadium, Cleveland, OH – FirstEnergy Stadium, Dallas, TX – Cotton Bowl, Dallas, TX (Arlington, TX) – AT&T Stadium, Denver, CO – Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Detroit, MI – Ford Field, Houston, TX – NRG Stadium, Indianapolis, IN – Lucas Oil Stadium, Jacksonville, FL – EverBank Field, Kansas City, MO – Arrowhead Stadium, Las Vegas, NV – Raiders Stadium, Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA (Inglewood, CA) – LA Stadium at Hollywood Park, Los Angeles, CA (Pasadena, CA) – Rose Bowl, Miami, FL – Hard Rock Stadium, Minneapolis, MN – U.S. Bank Stadium, Nashville, TN – Nissan Stadium, New Orleans, LA – Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New York/New Jersey (East Rutherford, NJ) – MetLife Stadium, Orlando, FL – Camping World Stadium, Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field, Phoenix, AZ (Glendale, AZ) – University of Phoenix Stadium, Pittsburgh, PA – Heinz Field, Salt Lake City, UT – Rice-Eccles Stadium, San Antonio, TX – Alamodome, San Francisco/San Jose, CA (Santa Clara, CA) – Levi's Stadium, Seattle, WA – CenturyLink Field, Tampa, FL – Raymond James Stadium, Washington, DC (Landover, MD) – FedEx Field

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