Dallas city to host 2026 FIFA World Cup
ByFunAsia 17 Jun 2022 10:48 AM 104
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AT&T Stadium in Arlington will play host the world's most excellent game.
Dallas was named as a host city for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. The bid included urban areas all over North Texas.
Dallas is one of 11 U.S. urban communities that will have World Cup matches. Yet, it's still too soon to know which urban communities will get the most excellent games. Work to get those starts immediately.
The Dallas World Cup Bid Committee will not have long to celebrate becoming one of 11 U.S. have urban areas. Next comes the difficult work of getting the best matches, which begins Sunday.
At the point when Dallas put in its offer to turn into a World Cup have city, it collaborated with numerous urban communities in the district, giving AT&T Stadium in Arlington to matches, Toyota Stadium in Frisco, the Cotton Bowl, Fair Park, and Globe Life Field for preparing regions.
For the subsequent time, Dallas and North Texas will be host cities for the FIFA World Cup. The last time Dallas facilitated a World Cup match was a quarterfinal match in 1994 at the Cotton Bowl.
It's a declaration North Texas has been holding back from hearing for over two years.


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