Kansas City's central location, stadium capacity and soccer culture make it a likely host.
"They have made a decision among themselves but ultimately it will be up to FIFA to decide", FIFA President Gianni Infantino told reporters Wednesday.
Jerry Jones' AT&T Stadium has hosted Gold Cup matches and plenty of worldwide friendlies.
If the united North American bid is successful, it would be the first time Canada will partake in hosting the men's World Cup tournament. "As a result of these three nations and countless individuals collaborating to deliver an excellent bid, we are now in position to elevate and advance the sport like never before". We are proud of Kansas City's involvement in the United Bid and look forward to 2026 with tremendous excitement.
Now the younger Amanda has set his sights on a bigger goal: playing for Canada's national soccer team at the World Cup in 2026.
The USA, Mexico and Canada have won a joint bid to host the 2026 soccer World Cup.
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According to U.S. Soccer, Canada and Mexico are each slated to host 10 matches, while the United States will host 60. Jacksonville was named among the initial candidates to host games in the 80-game competition, but the city was cut from the candidate list in October 2017.
This is mainly because from when the venue first opened in 1978 and right up to 2009, Commonwealth Stadium - now known as The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium - was a natural-grass location, making it an ideal fit for Canadian national team games and worldwide tournaments.
"The world is getting better, so we have to get better too", acknowledges Sean Fleming, who coaches the under-16 group at FC Edmonton.
"Today, I'm 17 years old and I play for the (Canadian) men's national team".
Morocco FA president Fouzi Lekjaa said: "I would like to reaffirm the determination of my country, Morocco, to continue to work for football, to work for the youth and also to realise some day our dream to host the World Cup in Morocco".
Miami is a flawless city to host World Cup matches. Canada, which has only qualified for the World Cup once, in 1986, has hosted a number of previous Federation Internationale de Football Association events, including the 2015 Women's World Cup.
Montreal, Edmonton, and Toronto are contenders for the games played in Canada, although it is not yet determined how many games each city will host.
"There's going to be some disappointments, unfortunately", said CSA president Steven Reed, echoing his US counterpart.