USA, Canada and Mexico to host 2026 World Cup Featured

(CNN) A joint North American bid has been chosen as hosts of the 2026 World Cup, following a FIFA association member vote in Moscow Wednesday.

The last time the US hosted a World Cup was in 1994, and Mexico in 1986. Canada has never previously hosted World Cup matches. Kansas City is listed as one of the potential hosting cities.
The United bid won by a 134-65 margin.
 
The first match of the 2018 tournament, between host Russia and Group A rival Saudi Arabia, will be played today.

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