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Rose Bowl | not selected as 2026 World Cup host

Pro Shots / SIPA USA

Update June 16, 2022: Pasadena, Rose Bowl not selected as World Cup host.

Instead: Los Angeles / SoFi Stadium is one of the eleven US 2026 host cities.

Original information:

Name stadium: Rose Bowl

City & country: Los Angeles, United States of America

Capacity / forecasted for FIFA World Cup: 88,432

Year of construction: 1922

World Cup 2026 match(es): Opening / Final (provisionally)

Home to: UCLA (NCAA)

Main features and characteristics:

Address, location: 1001 Rose Bowl Dr, Pasadena, CA 91103, USA

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