Fifa has reported the host urban areas for the 2026 World Cup, which will be co-facilitated by the US, Canada and Mexico.

The US will have 60 of the 80 matches in the competition, including each game from the quarter-last onwards. Canada and Mexico will have 10 matches each.

The urban communities were declared in Western, Eastern and Central zones at a function in New York on Thursday.

The urban communities from the West are Vancouver, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Guadalajara.

In the Central zone the scenes were named as Kansas City, Dallas, Atlanta, Houston, Monterrey and Mexico City. The Eastern zone has are New York/New Jersey, Boston, Philadelphia, Miami and Toronto.

The competition will be the main World Cup to incorporate 48 groups, growing from its ongoing limit of 32. Fifa still can't seem to declare which of the scenes....

will have matches in the knockout stages. The host for the 1994 World Cup last, the Rose Bowl, won't be a piece of the 2026 competition..

US urban communities and states agreed with tax cuts and a large number of dollars in both public and confidential speculations for an opportunity to have matches in 2026.

 Fifa's calls for tax cuts and other financing help drove urban areas including Minneapolis, Chicago and Glendale, Arizona, to exit the running in 2018..

A US Soccer concentrate on said facilitating World Cup matches could get up to $620m for urban communities. Be that as it may,

A US Soccer concentrate on said facilitating World Cup matches could get up to $620m for urban communities.