Here are the 32 cities that are still in the running to host games at the 2026 World Cup, assuming Mexico, Canada and the United States are awarded the games by FIFA:

Canada (4)                                       Mexico (3)
Edmonton, Alberta                            Guadaljara, Jalisco
Montréal, Québec                             Mexico City, Mexico
Toronto, Ontario                                Monterrey, Nuevo León
Vancouver, British Columbia

United States (25)
Atlanta, Georgia                                 Miami, Florida
Baltimore, Maryland                           Minneapolis, Minnesota
Boston, Massachusetts                      Nashville, Tennessee
Charlotte, North Carolina                   New York/New Jersey
Cincinnati, Ohio                                 Orlando, Florida
Chicago, Illinois                                 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Dallas, Texas                                     Phoenix, Arizona
Denver, Colorado                              Salt Lake City, Utah
Detroit, Michigan                               San Francisco Bay Area
Houston, Texas                                  Seattle, Washington
Kansas City, Missouri                        Tampa, Florida
Las Vegas, Nevada                           Washington, DC
Los Angeles, California

The following cities were not selected as Host City candidates to be included as part of the United Bid:

Birmingham, Alabama; Cleveland, Ohio; Indianapolis, Indiana; Jacksonville, Florida; New Orleans, Louisiana; Ottawa, Ontario; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Regina, Saskatchewan; and San Antonio, Texas.