The 23rd edition of the FIFA World Cup is set to unfold on a magnificent scale, as it spans across the vast expanse of Canada, Mexico, and the United States. The 2026 FIFA World Cup marks a significant milestone in the history of the world’s premier men’s football competition. For the very first time, this world cup 2026 will be jointly hosted by three countries, making it a truly global spectacle. Notably, this tournament introduces a change as it welcomes 48 teams to compete, the highest number ever. Adding to the excitement, matches will be played across 16 stadiums, and that not witnessed since the 2002 edition held in Japan and the Republic of Korea. Here in this article, you will find the full list of the FIFA World Cup 2026 Stadiums with the capacity in Canada, Mexico, and the USA
FIFA World Cup 2026 Stadiums
- Toronto Stadium – Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- BC Place Vancouver – Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada
- Estadio Azteca – Mexico City, Mexico
- Estadio Guadalajara – Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico
- Estadio Monterrey – Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
- Atlanta Stadium – Atlanta, Georgia, USA
- Boston Stadium – Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA
Capacity: Undergoing a renovation ahead of the FIFA World Cup.
- Dallas Stadium – Arlington, Texas, USA
- Houston Stadium – Houston, Texas, USA
- Kansas City Stadium – Kansas City, Missouri, USA
- Los Angeles Stadium – Inglewood, California, USA
- Miami Stadium – Miami Gardens, Florida, USA
- New York/New Jersey Stadium – East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA
- Philadelphia Stadium – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
- San Francisco Bay Area Stadium – Santa Clara, California, USA
- Seattle Stadium – Seattle, Washington, USA
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In a nod to the sporting legacy of these nations, several of the tournament’s matches will be played in iconic Olympic venues, adding an extra layer of prestige to the event. As anticipation builds for the world’s most celebrated football world cup in 2026, here’s an extensive look at the complete list of 16 stadiums that will serve as the battlegrounds for the most passionate football matches.
104 Matches on the Horizon
In comparison to the previous tournament in Qatar, the upcoming FIFA World Cup in 2026 is set to deliver a remarkable increase in football action, with a staggering 40 additional matches scheduled to enthrall fans worldwide. There will be 104 matches played in this world cup. Mexico is all set to etch its name in the history books as it hosts the FIFA World Cup for the remarkable third time, breaking previous records for the most times a nation has organized this prestigious tournament. Let’s have a loot at the details and discover the complete list of venues for the FIFA World Cup 2026.