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World Stadiums 2026: What will FIFA's mega tournament look like in 3 countries

World Stadiums 2026: What will FIFA’s mega tournament look like in 3 countries

Are they ready 2026 World Cup stadiumswhich will be held in North America under uniform logo; they will be 16 fur like never before The competition that will go from 32 to 48 choices For the first time, he’ll change his opponent’s shape and that Will total 80 sets60 of them are in the United States.

In just four years, FIFA will pass The World Cup, which will allow a fan to live, in one day, the experience of attending its stadiums farther – less than 50 kilometers apart -, To the World Cup, the most distant stage of which is 2,128 nautical miles. If you consider two completely different logistic models, these are clear examples.

It was the closest experience Korea and Japan 2002. Only by 2026 FIFA Triple the difficulty With the historical maximum available playgrounds.

What country has hosted the most World Cup tournaments?

Mexico will be the first country to host three World Cup finals; It was the only venue in 1970 and 1986, where Pele and Diego Maradona were key figures in the Brazilian and Argentine championships.

Qatar 2022 (November-December) eight stagesof which four are in Doha And the rest in cities less than an hour away from the capital: Lusail, Ryan, Al Wakra, Al Khor.

World Cup 2026 by region

the East

PC Place (Vancouver)

The district in the province of British Columbia Opened in 1983he have It can accommodate 56,418 spectators And 640 million dollars were invested in it. It has artificial turf and in MLS it is listed as one of the worst pitches, so it will be adapted to natural turf.

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Lumen Field (Seattle)

Opened in 2002 at a cost of $430 million, It has a capacity of 68 thousand 740 And although it opened specifically for American football with the Seattle Seahawks, it’s now the home of the MLS Seattle Sounders.

Levi’s Stadium (San Francisco)

Built for football. He doesn’t have a team in MLS. this is Located in Santa Clara, CaliforniaIt was built with 1.3 billion dollars and With a capacity of 70,000 909, it opened in 2014. They constantly complain that the artificial turf is collapsing while in the way of heavy air traffic.

Sophie Stadium (Los Angeles)

Opened in 2020 At a cost of $5.5 billion. when It seats 70,240 and was also built for the NFL. His field currently does not fit FIFA measurements, so he will have to adapt.

Akron Stadium (Guadalajara)

It is one of the places Mexico has, the home of Chivas. It was opened in 2010 at a cost of $200 million and Capacity of 53 thousand 460 fans. It is one of the best stadiums in the country although it suffered from natural grass after it was planned with an artificial surface.


Azteca Stadium (Mexico City)

It’s the so-called football templeopened in 1966can be assumed to be The only stadium to host three World Cup tournaments. It is where it will have to undergo the most modifications and the works will start in 2023.

BBVA Stadium (Monterrey)

It is the newest venue for Mexican football, Opened in 2015 at a cost of $200 million and With a capacity of 53 thousand 460. It is the Rayados’ home and three modifications will be made: the installation of a ventilation system in the field, a gallery for the press and access to VIP areas.

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NRG Stadium (Houston)

It was opened in 2002 At a cost of $352 million. It was the first NFL venue with a retractable roof and was built for soccer, so it should be modified into a natural herb, Because like most other stadiums, it has an artificial surface.