North America wins bid for World Cup 2026 — could Bay Area host games?
Wednesday, 13 June 2018 The 2026 World Cup will be held in North America, officials announced Wednesday, raising the possibility that some games could be held in the Bay Area should the beautiful game come to California, officials said Wednesday. Canada, Mexico and the United States were tapped to host the international tournament that occurs every four years and draws at least 3.43 million viewers. Despite the U.S. team’s absence from this year’s tournament, the decision to come to North America was based on the fans, according to U.S. Soccer officials.
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