US, Canada and Mexico win joint bid to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup
The World Cup is returning to North American soil. A joint-bid from the US, Mexico, and Canada, dubbed “United 2026,” defeated Morocco's proposal in a landslide vote in Russia on Wednesday.
The 2026 World Cup final will take place in the MetLife Stadium in New York City.
The 2026 FIFA World Cup is heading to North America after a joint bid from the United States, Canada, and Mexico defeated Morocco in a landslide vote.
The North America proposal, dubbed “United 2026,” was an overwhelmingly popular choice amongst FIFA nation members as it received 134 votes — significantly more than Morocco's 65 votes.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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