FIFA’s 2026 bid evaluation task force Monday started its technical tour of the United Bid of Canada, Mexico and the United States as part of the ongoing bidding process for the 2026 World Cup.
Four candidate host cities for the United Bid will be visited and evaluated between April 9 and 13:
* Mexico City: April 9-10
* Atlanta: April 10-11
* Toronto: April 11-12
* New York / New Jersey: April 12-13
During that time, the task force will review proposed locations for the 2026 World Cup, including stadiums, training facilities and team base camps and FIFA Fan Fests.
Meetings also will be held with the leadership and staff of the United Bid Committee to review additional technical specifications included in the bid’s formal proposal. The United Bid Committee’s bid book can be found here.
The three countries are bidding against Morocco for the right to host the 2026 event.
Throughout the technical tour, the United Bid will share additional information, including daily tour summaries, both online (united2026.com) and on Twitter (@united2026).