Texas Hints to Host FIFA World Cup Final in 2026

Texas will host the World Cup. Many stories say that the 2026 FIFA World Cup Final will be held in Texas at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington. This comes after it was officially announced this summer that both Houston and Arlington would host World Cup games.

According to what ESPN first said, Arlington, Texas has been chosen to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup Final, which is the biggest sports event in the world. Soon after, the British newspaper The Sun confirmed the story.

“SunSport has been told that the home of the Dallas Cowboys has been chosen over MetLife Stadium in New York to host the event,” the story says. “The city in Texas will also be the main football organization’s home base, instead of New York or Miami.” The official news will come from FIFA in February.

The 2026 World Cup draw will have 12 groups of 4 teams instead of 16 groups of 3 teams like it did in the past. The World Cup plans to hold 104 games in the US, Canada, and Mexico, which is more than 20 more than in past years. Both of the top two teams in each group will move on to the Round of 32, and the eight highest-ranked third-place teams will also move on.

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Houston will be the site of at least 4 games. One of those games will be a round of 16. In May of last year, Houston’s city colors and logo were unveiled.

This world cup will be the biggest sporting event our town has ever seen. It will also help Houston Sports Authority CEO Janis Burke solidify its reputation as one of the best places in the US to watch sports. “We can’t wait for the World Cup 2026 to show off Houston’s rich culture, diversity, and love of soccer!”

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