NEW YORK (WTVA) - The United States will co-host the soccer World Cup in 2026, alongside Mexico and Canada.
ABC News reports delegates from FIFA voted Wednesday in Moscow to award the bid.
This means the U.S. will host at least 60 matches during the 2026 event, while Mexico and Canada will take 10 each.
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