World Cup 2026: What are the host cities in the USA, Mexico and Canada going to be? 

Here are the potential host cities and venues for the 2026 World Cup: United States (10 to be selected)

Even though Miami doesn’t have the largest stadium, it’s fan base could be considered one of the largest. 

  • Atlanta (Mercedes-Benz Stadium): Capacity: 71,000
  • Baltimore (M&T Bank Stadium): Capacity: 71,006
  • Boston (Gillette Stadium): Capacity: 65,878 (Expandable to 70,000)     
  • Cincinnati (Paul Brown Stadium): Capacity: 65,515 (Expandable to 67,402)   
  • Dallas (AT&T Stadium): Capacity: 80,000   
  • Denver (Sports Authority Field at Mile High): Capacity: 76,125 (Expandable to 77,595)    
  • Houston (NRG Stadium): Capacity: 71,795 (Expandable to 72,220)   
  • Kansas City (Arrowhead Stadium): Capacity: 76,416 
  • Los Angeles (Rose Bowl): Capacity: 92,000 
  • Miami (Hard Rock Stadium): Capacity: 64,767 (Expandable to 67,518)   
  • Nashville (Nissan Stadium): Capacity: 69,143 (Expandable to 75,000)     
  • New York/New Jersey (MetLife Stadium): Capacity: 82,500 (Expandable to 87,157)    
  • Orlando (Camping World Stadium): Capacity: 60,219 (Expandable to 65,000)
  • Philadelphia (Lincoln Financial Field): Capacity: 69,176 (Expandable to 69,328)    
  • San Francisco (Levi’s Stadium): Capacity: 68,500 (Expandable to 75,000)
  • Seattle (CenturyLink Field): Capacity: 69,000 (Expandable to 72,000)
  • Washington, D.C. (FedExField): Capacity: 82,000

Is Miami going to host its’ first World Cup ever.. and how will this affect Real Estate values in South Florida?