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2026 World Cup | Group I

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The World Cup has six matches scheduled for Group B. The draw of the 2026 World Cup determines which four – still to be qualified – countries will end up in this group. Each country will play one match against the other three countries, which means each country will compete three times in the group stage. It is up to the countries in Group A to finish in the top two or as one of the overall eight best numbers three. Together with the two top countries and (other) best numbers three from groups A to H and J to L, the total amounts to 32 teams that advance to the round of 32 (16 finals). For more information, see: 2026 World Cup final round.

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Host Cities USA

The 2026 American Dream: the United States is one of the three hosts of the FIFA World Cup Soccer in North America. The USA is the host country with the most - eleven - host cities.

Host Cities Canada

With Vancouver, and Toronto, Canada has two host cities for the world's football finals in North America in 2026. Get more information about the characteristics of these exciting and diverse, dynamic cities.

Host Cities Mexico

With Guadalajara, Mexico City and Monterrey, Mexico has three candidate host cities for the World Cup in 2026. Each host with its specific ambience, history, attractions, hotspots and other features.

Stadiums USA

The United States will have eleven stadiums for the FIFA 2026 World Cup. Click for more information about these fantastic and modern venues in the USA, and which matches they will host.

Stadiums Canada

During the 2026 World Cup finals, these are the two venues in Canada: BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, and BMO Field in Toronto. Find out more about these attractive Canadian stadiums.

Stadiums Mexico

In Mexico, the FIFA 2026 World Cup will take place in these stadiums: Estadio Akron in Guadalajara, the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City and the BBVA Bancomer Stadium in Monterrey.