United States, Mexico and Canada To Host 2026 World Cup

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The first World Cup on Russian soil will be played in 12 stadiums located across 11 cities.

The U.S. last hosted the World Cup in 1994, an event that eventually gave rise to Major League Soccer, now in its 23rd season.

The stats say Wolves have the trickiest start, with games against Manchester City and Manchester United included in their first six games, while Pep Guardiola's champions have the easiest, facing all three of the newly-promoted sides after their curtain-raiser against Arsenal'.

"It's a big match", he said on Tuesday in his capacity as an RT pundit, quipping: "It's not bad that for me (that) my players go on holiday".

Canada, Mexico, and the United States will now jointly manage preparations for the massive events until Federation Internationale de Football Association establishes their operations to manage the competition.

Every World Cup needs the host nation to energise the population, and Russian Federation have ticked that box with this result.

"Every team each year looks to improve themselves by 10 per cent but City have set the benchmark and now it's down to United to respond to that".

Federation Internationale de Football Association will have to decide how the games are divided up and which cities will be selected.

"Soccer is the world's game and we are excited to show the world what Houston is all about". "It's a great sports town, but it also uniquely reflects the world itself. In addition, it bolsters our future efforts to secure many other soccer events on an ongoing basis".

AT&T Stadium also hosted the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup along with several other high-profile global matches.

This is the first World Cup since 2006 to be hosted in Europe.

While Canada has never hosted-or even qualified for-the men's World Cup, it can count on its more experienced co-hosts and current NAFTA partners.

Perennial power Brazil is considered a narrow favorite to win the World Cup - behind a stout defense anchored by Marcelo, and a potent attack led by the brilliant Neymar.

Jurgen Klopp's side travel to Watford and Bournemouth respectively before the remaining two games of the group stages. The expanded format was agreed upon in a unanimous vote in January of a year ago.

The World Cup is coming back to America.