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USA, Canada and Mexico to host 2026 World Cup

SoccerNews.com Wednesday, 13 June 2018
The 2026 World Cup will be hosted by the United States, Canada and Mexico after their joint bid beat Morocco’s. FIFA made the announcement on Wednesday that the three-pronged bid won 134 votes to 65, giving them the right to host football’s showpiece event. USA, Canada and Mexico had been considered favourites throughout the bidding process, […]

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News video: USA Will HOST World Cup In 2026 With Mexico & Canada! But Will They Qualify?

▶ USA Will HOST World Cup In 2026 With Mexico & Canada! But Will They Qualify? 02:37

The joint bid that USA, Canada and Mexico have made, also known as the "united bid" to host the 2026 World Cup has beat out Morocco! This isn't the first time multiple countries have collectively come together to host the World Cup. Are you excited to have the World Cup coming back to the U.S of A?...

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