The 2026 World Cup will head to North America for the fourth time and will be the first with 48 teams taking part.
The FA had this to say; "We congratulate the USA, Canada and Mexico on winning the bid to host the 2026 Fifa World Cup".
U.S. soccer president Carlos Corderio said after his bid's success on Wednesday: "It's a bit emotional for us today".
For there to be a sense of fairness, Federation Internationale de Football Association should reconsider bringing back the rotation system, especially to aid African nations to host more World Cups.
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Having been drawn in Group B alongside Spain, Portugal and Morocco it'll be a very tough task for Iran to secure even second spot and qualify from their group, however they will be doing all they can to progress through the group stages and into the knockout phase for the first time in their history at the tournament. 1986 and 1994, whereas Canada hosted the Women's World Cup in 2015.
Potential host cities include New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Mexico City, and Montreal; but not Chicago, after the Windy City pulled out of the North American bid.
Mexico and the United States have hosted the World Cup for a total of three times between them and it's believed their profit margin was a key decision in the choice. "We had an opportunity and the final vote was a clear testimony that Africa will not get support from the rest of the world", said Nyamilandu.
"The inclusion of Kansas City showcases a strategic vision and a spirit of togetherness made possible by a coalition of leaders in multiple cities, states and municipal agencies", Illig said in a statement in March. The 2026 tournament will be the first hosted by multiple countries since the 2002 World Cup in Japan and South Korea.
"US President Donald Trump has disparaged Mexicans and wants to build a wall along the US-Mexico border".