During the 2026 World Cup final, host Canada has the two stadiums: BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, and the BMO Field in Toronto. Together with three venues in Mexico, and eleven in the USA, sixteen final venues will host the world in 2026.
According to the United Bid’s plans, 10 of the
80 Update March 14, 2023: 104 matches at the 2026 World Cup will take place in Canada: 7 matches in the group stage, 2 in the round of 32 and one in the round of 16. Update, March 14, 2023: due to the change of format from sixteen pools of three to twelve pools of four, the original stadium division of the host nations will be changed. Now a total of 104 matches have to be distributed.
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BMO Field is Canada’s first soccer-specific stadium, as well as home of Canada’s national soccer team.
BC Place Stadium
BC Place is a state of the art stadium with the world’s largest retractable roof, gorgeous under the Vancouver skyline.