2026 FIFA World Cup TV Schedule
For the first time in football history, 48 national teams are playing in the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Which includes a total of 80 matches and 16 groups in the competition. The 2026 World Cup is the 23rd edition of the Men’s Football World Cup tournament. A total of 60 games will be played in the United States, with 10 in Mexico and 10 in Canada. Mexico and the United States also hosted previously FIFA World Cups but Canada for the first time co-hosts the 2026 Men’s World Cup tournament.
The 2026 World Cup will host 16 Cities and 3 nations. In the 68th FIFA Congress voting in Moscow the United States, Canada, and Mexico won the bid and received 134 votes, on the other hand, Morocco got 65 votes.
When and where is the 2022 FIFA World Cup?
The 2026 FIFA World Cup will be held on Monday, June 8 and the tournament ends on Friday, July 3, 2026, in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
2026 FIFA World Cup Host Cities?
- United States Cities: Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, New Jersey, San Francisco Bay Area, and Seattle.
- Mexico: Monterrey, Mexico City, and Guadalajara
- Canada: Toronto and Vancouver
What are the 2026 FIFA World Cup Broadcasting rights?
A total of 80 matches will be played 2026 World Cup in North America. Fox, Telemundo, and Bell Media have already broadcast rights. TSN, RDS, and CTV Broadcast in Canada.
- United States: Fox, Telemundo
- Canada: TSN, RDS, CTV
- Sweden: SVT, TV4
- Denmark: DR, TV2
- Finland: YLE, MTV
- Bulgaria: NOVA
- Norway: NRK, TV2
- Bosnia and Herzegovina: BHRT, Moja TV
How to watch the 2026 FIFA World Cup Online?
If you are in America, you can enjoy live streaming FIFA World Cup 2026 matches in English at Fox and FS1, both broadcast networks are available on every major streaming platform. In the United States Telemundo will broadcast in Spanish. The 2026 World Cup games are also available on FIFA+.