US, Mexico and Canada win vote to host 2026 World Cup

US, Mexico and Canada win vote to host 2026 World Cup

As for who will win it all, Eric Fenn has his prediction. And these four teams are no exception.

Four years ago, Brazil crashed out of the World Cup as hosts, getting pounded 7-1 by eventual champions Germany in the semifinal. And it is the Seleçao that will prevail, offering Brazil its sixth world title.The predictions are to be taken with a grain of salt.

Trump signed letters to FIFA President Gianni Infantino expressing confidence that World Cup delegations and fans would be welcomed for the tournament. I, along with many others, will strongly make the case that our metropolitan region has the world-class venues, transit infrastructure, accommodations, and passionate soccer community to make this a success. France have played in some huge matches, and they will come out on top 2-0.

So when Duker, the Kansas City Soccer Club director of operations, found out that Kansas City, Missouri, could potentially host some of the 2026 World Cup games, he was ecstatic. Spain will be looking for redemption after not making it out of their group in 2014, while Germany will be looking to go back-to-back. I worked hard on this, along with a Great Team of talented people.

So with some countries harboring concerns about a Trump-led US planning an event that celebrates multiculturalism and requires the host to welcome not only guests from well-developed nations but from any nation that earns its spot on the football field, Mexico's voice was a welcomed one.

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England is the only team from the United Kingdom to qualify for the finals where they meet Belgium, Panama and Tunisia.

Garrison said the Alamo City should already have an MLS team. That remains the only World Cup the Canadian men have ever qualified for. May the best team win! So, only South American or European teams have hoisted the World Cup.

Brazil lost the final to Uruguay, though. Campos is a lifelong fan but says even if you aren't a soccer fan, going to a World Cup game is a powerful experience.

According to the most recent Ipsos poll, Germany now sits at the top of public opinion charts with 23-percent of the more than 12,000 respondents believing Joachim Löw can lead his team to another victory. With the hosting bid now in its hand, Cordeiro said they are excited about the opportunity and the chance to lay out the path for future generations.

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