Which country will host the 2026 World Cup is still up for grabs. As of now, the United States, Mexico, Canada, and the United Kingdom all have a shot at hosting the competition. The bids won by a large margin – 134 votes to Morocco’s 65 votes. With one vote from Iran, none of the bids have a chance to win.
The decision has sparked a lot of discussion, but few people seem to know what the final result will be. The vote, conducted after FIFA’s annual congress, was highly competitive. The United States, Canada and Mexico will be competing in a bid that will be a difficult sell to local soccer fans. But the winners will be decided by the people of those countries.
There have been many rumours and speculation about the possible host cities for the 2026 World Cup. In early April, FIFA announced a joint bid between Mexico and Canada. Although this is not a final decision, it’s still a good start. Besides the USA, Mexico and Canada also have a chance to bid. The United States has been considered a strong candidate for the tournament. However, the United States has a better chance of winning the World Championship.
The United States, Canada and Mexico have won the bid for the 2026 World Cup. This 48-team tournament will be held in the United States. Quebec, Mexico, and Canada will host early-round games in their respective countries. In total, the US, Canada, and Mexico will host the World’s first ever men’s tournament. The U.S. will host the 2026 World in 10 stadiums, making it the first country to hold both the men’s and women’s tournaments.
The United States and Mexico have joined the US in hosting the 2026 World Cup. They won’t be the only countries to bid for the 2026 World Cup. The United Bid also includes South Korea, Japan, and the U.S. It’s important to note that the U.S. and Mexico are both in the United States. But who will host the World Championship in Mexico?
North America: With the United States in the running for the 2026 World Cup, North America will have a strong chance to host. In fact, Canada is the only country to have hosted the World, while Mexico has the highest chance of hosting it. If the United States wins the bid, the country will have the most qualified bidders and host the tournament.