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World Cup 2026, USA, Canada & Mexico

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Not sure how the spaces are allocated, but the 2026 WC will be 48 teams I think. I’d imagine the three host countries would qualify if they had to, not necessarily a reason to let them all straight in though.

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13 minutes ago, Boycie said:

Will we get it again in my lifetime?

its our game ffs!

We don't want it. The demands FIFA make on the hosting nation are absolutely ridiculous. We'd be left with loads of white elephant stadiums in football backwaters like Plymouth, Milton Keynes, and West Bridgeford. We'd have no money left and FIFA would've changed half of our laws to allow them to shill for their corporate sponsors.

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1 minute ago, Anon said:

We don't want it. The demands FIFA make on the hosting nation are absolutely ridiculous. We'd be left with loads of white elephant stadiums in football backwaters like Plymouth, Milton Keynes, and West Bridgeford. We'd have no money left and FIFA would've changed half of our laws to allow them to shill for their corporate sponsors.

There’s already a white elephant stadium in West Bridgford!

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Morrocco would have been decent for Europeans, but no doubt Mexico, Canada and the US already have everything in place.

Mexico will only have 3 host stadiums, so no doubt the Azteca (Mexico City), The Akron (Guadalajara) and Monterrey’s new stadium which looks great.

The only issue I can forsee is visas. Crossing boarders is a bit of a pain, especially if Mexico play in the US and many want to travel.

Flights between US cities I’m not sure about either. Domestic flights in Mexico are really cheap, but again flights from Mexico to the US can be problematic.

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Don’t sit on the sidelines, let your voice be heard!

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