The United States will provide 11 stadiums for the 2026 World Cup. Of the 16 Host Stadiums, a total of 5 are located in the other two host countries Mexico and Canada. On June 16, 2022, the 16 final match venues have been allocated.
80 update March 14, 2023: 104 games in the 2026 World Cup, 60 are scheduled to take place in the United States: 34 matches in the group stage, 12 in the round of 32 and 6 in the round of 16, in addition to the 4 quarterfinals, 2 semifinals, the third-place playoffs and the final. This schedule is part of the original BID United and is subject to change. 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.
There is a chance that the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles will be awarded the opening match. One of the other contenders is the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City. The contending stadiums for the semifinals and finals are respectively the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta and the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, the MetLife Stadium in New York/New Jersey, pending a final decision. Click underneath for more information about the Host Venues in the USA. You will find more information on the locations, as well as descriptions and their most important, specific features.
Note: The above information is part of the BID United and is subject to change.
- Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta)
- Gillette Stadium (Boston)
- AT&T Stadium (Dallas)
- NRG Stadium (Houston)
- Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City)
- SoFi Stadium (Los Angeles)
- Hard Rock Stadium (Miami)
- MetLife Stadium (New York/New Jersey)
- Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia)
- Levi’s Stadium (San Francisco Bay Area)
- Lumen Field (Seattle)
The Mercedes-Benz Stadium listened to what the fans desired most, resulting in a fan first, world-class experience.
The Gillette Stadium reflects the regional coastal heritage around a stylish lighthouse, bridge, and seascape.
The AT&T Stadium, one of the most expensive and luxurious stadiums ever, is very much looking forward to 2026.
Multifunctional NRG Stadium with retractable roof designed for impressive audio and visual presentations.
Top-notch: GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. World Record holders of the loudest outdoor sports stadium.
An unprecedented and unparalleled sports and entertainment destination: the indoor-outdoor SoFi Stadium.
Hard Rock Stadium
The Hard Rock Stadium: the global entertainment destination that reflects the city’s dynamic, international culture.
New York/New Jersey
MetLife Stadium hosts the world’s biggest events on the world’s biggest stage, like the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
Lincoln Financial Field
In 2003, it opened with ManUnited – FC Barcelona. In 2026, Lincoln Financial Field is ready for the soccer World Cup.
San Francisco Bay Area
Levi’s Stadium is the premiere outdoor destination for sports and entertainment on the West Coast.
Hosting world class events has ever been the goal of ‘electric’ Lumen Field, one of the world’s loudest stadiums.