FIFA 2026 World Cup Stadiums

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The FIFA 2026 World Cup Finals will be the first to be held across three different countries with USA, Canada and Mexico hosting games. There is a mix of iconic and state of the art stadiums that will be used with the venue for the showpiece final still to be decided. The SoFi Stadium (Los Angeles), AT&T Stadium (Dallas/Arlington), and MetLife Stadium (New Jersey) were amongst the main contenders to host the final but it was recently announced that the final will be held at the MET Life Stadium in New Jersey.

Mercedez-Benz Stadium

Mercedez-Benz Stadium is the home of Atlanta United FC and NFL team Atlanta Falcons and will be known as Atlanta Stadium during the World Cup.

The stadium has hosted some of the biggest sporting events in the US, including the Super Bowl, MLS All Star games and College Football Play Offs.

You can find out more info about the Mercedez-Benz Stadium here.

Gillette Stadium

Home of New England Revolution (MLS) and New England Patriots (NFL) the Gillette Stadium has a capacity of 65,000 and will be known as ‘Boston Stadium’ for the World Cup to meet FIFA’s requirements on stadiums not using naming rights during tournaments.

Currently undergoing a major facelift ahead of the tournament to update the hospitality and function areas.

AT & T Stadium

An 80,000 capacity stadium with retractable roof and the home of the NFL Team Dallas Cowboys.

The Stadium will be known as ‘Dallas Stadium’ during the 2026 World Cup and is no stranger to big events having previously hosted a raft of major NFL games including Super Bowl XLV.

NRG Stadium

72,000 capacity stadium and home to Houston Texans NFL Team, various NCAA teams and also the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, the Houston Stadium will host multiple matches during the 2026 World Cup

Arrowhead Stadium
KC Stadium

Opened in 1972 with a capacity of 76,416 Arrowhead stadium will be known as Kansas City Stadium during the tournament and is home to NFL team Kansas City Chiefs.

Kansas is regarded as the home of soccer in the USA and is home to Sporting KC.

SoFi Stadium

The newest stadium to be used at this world cup having opened in 2020 and only 30 minutes from the Rose Bowl which hosted the 1994 World Cup Final.

With a capacity of 70,000 that can be increased to 100,000 depending on the event this $5bn stadium is state of the art and will also host the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2028 Olympic Games.

Hard Rock Stadium

A multi-purpose stadium and home of the Miami Dolphins NFL team, the Miami Stadium has hosted 6 Super Bowls in addition to other sporting events, including a temporary racing circuit for the Miami Grand Prix. The third place playoff will played at the Hard Rock stadium.

MetLife Stadium

82,500 capacity multi-purpose stadium shared by the New York Giants and New York Jets (NFL). The stadium hosted Super Bowl XLVII and will host multiple games in the 2026 World Cup including the final.

Lincoln Financial Field

Opened in 2003 with a friendly against Barcelona and Manchester United, Philadelphia Stadium is home to Philadelphia Eagles of the NFL and occasionally houses Philadelphia Union when their stadium, Subaru Park, is not big enough.

A 69,000 capacity stadium that regularly houses an annual Army vs Navy NFL game due to being halfway between both forces academies.

Levi’s Stadium

Situated in the San Francisco Bay Area and home to the San Francisco 49ers since it opened in 2014 the Levi’s Stadium has hosted Super Bowl L in addition to other huge events such as Wrestlemania and the Copa America Centenario opening game.

Lumen Field

Lumen Field is home to Seattle Sounders FC and its unique shape gives an incredible view of the skyline around the stadium. Also home to the Seattle Seahawks NFL team.

BMO Field

Previously used to host some of Canada’s World Cup 2022 qualifying games, Under 20s World Cup and Women’s 2014 World Cup games. BMO Field will be known as “Toronto Stadium” during the tournament as is the home ground of Toronto FC.

You can find out more about the stadium, its seating plan and how to get to it on our BMO Field page.

BC Place Vancouver

A stunning stadium on the banks of the False Creek inlet, BC Place Vancouver is home to Vancouver Whitecaps. BC Place hosted the Women’s 2015 World Cup final where the USA beat rereigning champions 5-2.

More information about BC Place, including stats and seating plan can be found on our stadium page.

Estadio Azteca Mexico City

Located in Mexico City with a capacity of 83,000 after opening in 1966 this stadium will be the first to host a third world cup. The stadium is home to the Mexican national team as well as Club America and Cruz Azul.

Estadio Guadalajara / Estadio Akron

Located in Zapopan, Jalisco with a capacity of 48,000 this stadium has been the home of C.D. Guadalajara since it’s opening in 2010.

Estadio Monterrey / Estadio BBVA

Opened in 2015 in Guadalupe with a capacity of 53,000 this stadium is the home of Monterrey in Liga MX in addition to hosting Concacaf Championship games.