Untied States, Canada, and Mexico’s UNIFIED World Cup Bid 2026
Written By: isps|
Apr 10, 2017
A unified bid to welcome the world to ?????? in 2026!
— U.S. Soccer (@ussoccer) April 10, 2017
On Monday afternoon, we got a whale of an announcement that has been percolating online for the last 24 hours.
In a unified bid to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup, the United States, Canada and Mexico submitted a unified bid to host the world’s best senior men’s national teams.
Rumor has it, that with the expanded field set to take hold in 2026, a unified bid is the way to go. The way this is set us is that the US will basically be the country hosting and then there will be some games played in Canada and Mexico.
75% of the games, including all from the quarter-finals through the final, will be played in the United States with Mexico and Canada getting 10 games a piece to host.
Seems like this is pretty much a shoe-in for winning the bid given the ridiculousness of the last two World Cup awardings. The US should have gotten one of those anyway, so this is a no-brainer.
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