The World Cup 2026 will be held once Qatar 2022 ends.
A World Cup 2026 is the biggest football event . Every four years, the best teams meet to meet the new king of the world.
Brazil is the most successful country in the World Cup 2026 with 5 titles , followed by Germany and Italy with 4 . Argentina has 3, France and Uruguay have two each, and Spain and England have won one throughout their history.
Qatar 2022 has just ended with Argentina being champions after beating France in the final, but when and where will the next World Cup be?
At DAZN, we give you all the answers.
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WHEN IS THE NEXT WORLD CUP?
After Qatar 2022, the next World Cup will be held in 2026 . This time it will be during the months of June and July, as usual.
It will start on June 9 and the grand finale will be on July 18.
WHERE IS THE WORLD CUP 2026 PLAYED?
The World Cup 2026 will be held in Canada, Mexico and the United States , which won the vote for Morocco’s candidacy.
It will be the first time that a World Cup will be held based in three different countries . In addition, it is also the first time that Canada hosts a World Cup 2026 event. It is the second for the United States and the third for Mexico.
Canada will have two venues, Mexico with three and the United States with eleven. It is still unknown which will be the venue for the grand finale.
WORLD CUP 2026 VENUES
- BC Place Stadium in Vancouver (British Columbia): 54,500 spectators
- BMO Field in Toronto (Ontario): 30,000 spectators (expansion to 40,000)
- Azteca Stadium in Mexico City: 87,523 spectators
- BBVA Stadium in Monterrey (Nuevo León): 53,500 spectators
- Akron Stadium in Guadalajara (Jalisco): 50,000 spectators
- MetLife Stadium in East Ruherford (New York-New Jersey): 82,500 spectators
- SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles (California): 70,000 spectators (expansion to 100,000)
- AT&T Stadium in Dallas (Texas): 80,000 spectators
- Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City (Misuri): 76,416 spectators
- Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta (Georgia): 71,000 spectators
- Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania): 69,176 spectators
- Hard Rock Stadium in Miami (Florida): 64,767 spectators
- Lumen Field en Seattle (Washington): 69.000 espectadores
- Levi’s Stadium in San Francisco-Santa Clara (California): 68,500 spectators
- Gilette Stadium en Boston-Foxborough (Massachusetts): 65.878 espectadores
- NRG Stadium en Houston (Texas): 71.795
HOW MANY TEAMS QUALIFY FOR THE WORLD CUP 2026 ?
The World Cup 2026 in Canada, Mexico and the United States will have a total of 48 participants . This will be the first time that such a number of countries are present at a World Cup.
There will be 16 groups of three teams each and the playoffs will begin in the round of 16.