FIFA has approved the FIFA delegation’s candidacy for venues for the next 2026 World Cup. This event will be held in Canada, Mexico and the United States.
Mexico City (apro). – The FIFA delegation approved the candidacy to host venues and stadiums at the 2026 World Cup. It will be held in three countries, Mexico, the United States, and Canada.
Concacaf Chairman Victor Montagliani said on Tuesday, after he had completed his inspection of Toronto’s venue: “The candidate proposed is excellent.”
Last week, Chairman Concacaf led a FIFA delegation to Mexico City (Aztec Stadium), and Zapopan in Jalisco(Akron Stadium). He previously participated in the “Steel Giant”, Rayados de Monterrey headquarters.
In a note posted to the FIFA website, the representative of Central American Football Association stated that “(The 2026 World Cup] will be a great landmark in football history.”
Five years after 2026 World Cup was over, the world’s top football governing bodies continue to refuse to determine where the first game will take place. This is the privilege the Mexican representative seeks.
These trips were also taken by the delegation that was entrusted to them. They visited Atlanta, Dallas and Boston as well as Denver, Boston, Boston, Denver, Houston and Philadelphia.
The selection process for stadiums and World Cup venues will be completed in the second quarter next year.