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Seattle may host some 2026 FIFA World Cup games as North America wins bid

Seattle Times Wednesday, 13 June 2018
Seattle may host some 2026 FIFA World Cup games as North America wins bidA joint bid between the United States, Canada and Mexico emerged triumphant this morning in Moscow in securing the rights to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup of soccer. The North American bid earned double the votes over Morocco.
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Many people enjoy watching the games in the comfort of their home, but others don't really like missing out on the party.

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