Mexico, Canada and the U.S will organize the FIFA World Cup in 2026
The U.S candidacy formed by the U.S, Mexico and Canada will organize the World Cup in 2026, after winning the votes to Morocco in Moscow in the 68th congress of the FIFA.
In this way, Mexico will turn the first country in organizing three World Cups after being scenery of master pieces of soccer world legends like the Brazilian Pele in 1970, and Diego Armando Maradona in 1986.
The candidacy of the United project 2026 obtained 134 votes, whereas Morocco got 65.
From the 210 members of the FIFA, Guam, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands could not participate due to the interest conflict for its linkage with the U.S, remarked the General Secretary of the FIFA Fatma Samoura before the votes.