World Cup 2026: U.S. cities

1. Atlanta. Mercedes-Benz Stadium (retractable roof). Capacity: 71,000.
2. Boston. Gillette Stadium (Foxboro, MA). Capacity: 65,878.
3. Dallas. AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX, (retractable roof). Capacity: 100,000
4. Houston. NRG Stadium (retractable roof). Capacity: 72,220.
5. New York/New Jersey. MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ). Capacity: 82,500.
6. Philadelphia. *Lincoln Financial Field. Capacity: 67,594.
7. Miami. *Hard Rock Stadium (Miami Gardens, FL). Capacity: 65,326.
8. Kansas City. *Arrowhead Stadium. Capacity: 76,416.
9. Los Angeles. SoFi Stadium (Inglewood, CA, canopy roof). Capacity: 70,240.
10. San Francisco. *Levi’s Stadium (Santa Clara, CA). Capacity: 68,500.
11. Seattle. Lumen Field. Capacity: 68,740.
*Currently has grass field.
Canada cities: Toronto, Vancouver. Mexico cities: Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey.
1 comment about "World Cup 2026: U.S. cities".
  1. Donald Lee, June 17, 2022 at 9:20 a.m.

    Don't mean to be pedantic but ATT Stadium in Arlington (Dallas) does not have a retractable roof.  It does have and end with a gargantuan openable barn door.

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