The 2026 World Cup will be the largest ever, as three countries are set to host—the U.S., Mexico and Canada. A total of 16 cities will stage games, with all eyes on the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens this summer.
On Sunday, February 4, FIFA announced that the Hard Rock Stadium has been selected to host seven games, including a quarterfinal and bronze medal game. The first round games will be on June 15, June 21, June 24 and June 27.
The 2026 World Cup will kick off at the iconic Estadio Azteca Mexico City on June 11, featuring the Mexican national team. The U.S. men’s national team will play their first match of the tournament in Los Angeles on June 12 and the final will be held in New Jersey on July 19.
Out of 104 total matches, 78 will be held in the U.S. The full schedule can be found below:
The match schedule can also be viewed here.
For more information on the 2026 World Cup, visit the FIFA website.