2026 World Cup to be held in North America after U.S., Canada and Mexico win joint hosting bid

The 2026 men’s World Cup will officially be held in North America it was announced on Wednesday, after the U.S., Canada and Mexico joined in submitting the winning bid to FIFA’s governing body.
Considering the “football”….err, soccer tournament is the earth’s most-watched sporting event, this is kind of a big deal.
How was that decided?
Dubbed as the “United Bid,” the proposal submitted by the North American trio of countries was considered a no-brainer all along due to anticipated record revenues and crowds as American sports fans are increasingly embracing soccer…I mean, “world football.”
In the last hour, Morocco also submitted a bid, but the United plan won with a nod from FIFA’s member associations by a vote of 134 to 65.
For more than ten years, the United partners analyzed, strategized, and schmoozed in order to handily convince the world that they could provide the most superior venues for such an affair.
With the 2026

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