Stadiums revealed for 2026 World Cup in United States, Mexico and Canada

14 Jun

The 2026 World Cup will be hosted by the United Bid, split between the USA, Mexico and Canada.

The United Bid overcame Morocco to win the right to host the tournament and have put forward 23 potential venues for matches at the tournament.

The USA have submitted 17 venues, while Mexico and Canada have submitted three each.

It is expected FIFA will approve all of the Mexican and Canadian stadiums, but whittle the American hosts down to ten.

Here are all of the potential venues that have been submitted to FIFA.


Rose Bowl, Los Angeles, California: 88,400 capacity


MetLife Stadium, New York City, New York: 87,200 capacity


FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland: 70,200 capacity


AT&T Stadium, Dallas, Texas: 93,000 capacity


Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri: 76,400 capacity


Mile High Stadium, Denver, Colorado: 76,100 capacity


NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas: 71,800 capacity


M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland: 71,000 capacity


Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia: 75,000 capacity


Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: 69,200 capacity


Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee: 69,700 capacity


CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington: 69,000 capacity


Levi’s Stadium, San Francisco, California: 70,900 capacity


Gillette Stadium, Boston, Massachusetts: 70,000 capacity



Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio: 67,400 capacity


Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, Florida: 67,500 capacity


Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida: 60,200 capacity


Estadio Azteca, Mexico City: 87,500 capacity


Estadio BBVA Bancomer, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon: 53,500 capacity


Estadio Akron, Guadalajara, Jalisco: 46,200 capacity


Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Quebec: 61,000 capacity


Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, Alberta: 56,300 capacity


BMO Field, Toronto, Ontario: 45,500 capacity