Published: Thu, June 14, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Indian hand in cup ‘win’ for North america

Indian hand in cup ‘win’ for North america

The 2026 World Cup hosted by the United States, Canada and Mexico promises to take the tournament to a new level, delivering more teams, bigger crowds and bumper profits. Throughout the tournament our World Cup Daily Team will keep you up to date with the events in Russian Federation.

He then escorted Putin off the stage and the conference - which announced North America would host the 2026 World Cup - stopped for an unscheduled coffee break.

If you want to watch the ceremony and game on your computer or phone without a TV, you'll need access to a live stream of Fox Sports, which has the exclusive English-speaking broadcasting rights in the United States. The US proposed hosting 60 out of the 80 games in 2026. "Our cities are ready to host today". "We will host the most extraordinary World Cup".

President Donald Trump supported the joint World Cup bid, though he also drew a rebuke from Federation Internationale de Football Association in April after he tweeted that "it would be a shame if countries that we always support were to lobby against the USA bid".

In the closing days before the vote, Trump ― who won't be president during the 2026 World Cup, even if he wins re-election in 2020 ― promised that visiting players and fans would not face visa problems around the tournament.

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The last time the US hosted the World Cup was in 1994, with Brazil winning the tournament at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. American soccer officials downplayed the influence of politics on the bid.

Journalists were told that they could observe training for just 15 minutes at the Yug-Sport Stadium in Sochi, as Tite was concerned that their Group E rivals might spy on the camp to get advance notice of how his side will line up for their opening game this weekend.

An English-led home nations bid for the 2030 World Cup is "definitely on the radar", says former Scottish Football Association boss Stewart Regan.

Meanwhile, it should be noted that Saudi Arabia have fired two coaches since qualifying for the FIFA World Cup 2018.

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