Now that we know the 2026 World Cup will be played in the United States, Mexico and Canada, it's never to early to start planning if you want to attend some of the matches. There will be 80 in all, with 60 of them in the United States, while Mexico and Canada split the other 20. 

But what cities will be hosting the games? Here are the potential host cities for the states, and the cities hosting in Mexico and Canada:

United States (10 to be selected)

Atlanta 
Baltimore 
Boston 
Cincinnati 
Dallas 
Denver 
Houston 
Kansas City 
Los Angeles 
Miami 
Nashville 
New York/New Jersey 
Orlando 
Philadelphia 
San Francisco 
Seattle 
Washington, D.C.

Mexico

Guadalajara 
Mexico City 
Monterrey

Canada

Edmonton 
Montreal 
Toronto