2026 World Cup | Canada Cities

World Cup 2026 Canada Cities

2026 World Cup cities Canada: which Canadian cities will be part of the 2026 FIFA Men’s World Cup football? Canada is one of the three host countries of the final round in North America. This host country has three host cities (Edmonton, Montréal and Toronto) and stadiums at the FIFA World Cup in 2026, just like Mexico, out of the sixteen locations in total. Ten cities will be located in the USA. Find here the list of which world cup soccer cities are located in Canada, and read about its characteristics.

The following (currently still candidate) host cities for the 23rd FIFA Soccer World Cup are located in Canada:

2026 World Cup host Canada

Canada is located in the northern part of North America, bordering the United States on the south side, with a surface area of almost 10,000,000 km² (3.85 million square miles). This makes Canada the second-largest country in the world after Russia. In addition to the (intended) World Cup 2026 host cities, which include Edmonton, Montreal and Toronto, Canada has other world-class cities, such as Vancouver, Calgary and, of course, its capital, Ottawa. This open, cosmopolitan, welcoming and multicultural country has a population of over 37 million.

FIFA World Cup host cities Canada (candidates):

Canada & World Cup soccer

Canada already acquired a great deal of experience when organizing the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2015. The national men’s soccer team of Canada has only qualified for the 1986 World Cup. See also: Canada football. In 2026, Edmonton, Montréal and Toronto are aiming to write new World Cup Soccer history.

More about Canada

The name Canada comes from ‘kanata’, which is the word for settlement as used by the indigenous people, the St. Lawrence Iroquoi. From the sixteenth century onwards, Canada was mainly populated by French and English people, in addition to its indigenous people, the First Nations and Inuit. French and English are still the official languages today. The country was officially founded in 1867. The federal state of Canada has ten provinces, more than two hundred ethnic groups and many new immigrants. Canada has rugged coastlines, a rainforest, prairies and mountain ranges, as well as several protected nature reserves.

2026 World Cup Stadiums Canada

Want to read about the FIFA Men’s soccer stadiums related to the Canadian cities as described on these pages? See also: 2026 World Cup Stadiums Canada.



Edmonton is a diverse, young, Canadian city, known for its entrepreneurial culture, and its thriving economic activities.


Montréal, the 2nd largest city in Canada, is a francophone oriented Host City named after the triple-peaked hill Mount Royal.


The cosmopolitan Host City Toronto, Ontario, is a truly diverse city, multicultural far above average.