United States, Canada and Mexico to jointly host 2026 World Cup

United States, Canada and Mexico to jointly host 2026 World Cup

"The U.S., together with Mexico and Canada, just got the World Cup".

In an interaction with Catch News, Rao said, "Through this, I am sending best wishes to all the teams participating in the tournament".

"The World Cup is a festival of football and is no place for violence or disorder", said Nick Hurd, a minister responsible for policing.

It's not all that popular to spend all that money to try to woo an event, then you have to spend even more to actually host the thing.

The 1994 World Cup in the USA set surviving records for attendance figures thanks to the large, mostly National Football League, stadiums that were used, but those who traveled to the tournament noted that the local populations were often not fully informed about the sport.

How will the tournament work? The United Bid's hosting vision and strategy projects more than 5.8 million tickets will be sold, generating in excess of $2 billion in ticketing revenue.

The current blueprint calls for Canada and Mexico to stage 10 games each with the US hosting 60.

And now time for the match that all 32 teams in this World Cup will want to play in! This victory comes at a time when tensions between North American nations are high, with relations between the nations becoming more divisive, no thanks to the Trump Administration. The president has regularly assailed world leaders, including allies like Germany's Angela Merkel and France's Emmanuel Macron, for "ripping" America off over trade.

So, vote from Ukraine was the charge d'affaires of Ukraine in Russia Ruslan Nimchinsky, not representatives of the football Federation of Ukraine, which is boycotting the FIFA Congress in Russia.

For Steven Reed, president of Canada Soccer, hosting the FIFA World Cup is an extraordinary honor and privilege for their association. Combined bids can be unwieldy, but it also may bring countries into the mix that otherwise would've had no hope of ever staging games of the magnitude they could now host (looking at you, Paraguay).

Mexico has twice hosted the World Cup, in 1970 and 1986. Canada has never staged a men's World Cup, but hosted the women's tournament in 2015. However, the New York Times has reported that United bid officials have letters from the US president saying all teams that qualify - and their fans - will be able to enter the country.

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