2026 World Cup schedule reveal: times, how to watch on TV and stream online

Amid reports that Dallas’ AT&T Stadium has been chos onthesportsthe venue for the final of the 2026 Men’s World Cup, the tournament’s schedule is set to be announced.

During a special live broadcast this weekend, FIFA is to reveal which of the World Cup’s 16 host cities has been allocated to each of the 104 matches at the expanded, 48-team event. As well as the final venue, we’ll also find out when and where the opening game will be held, and where the three host nations – the United States, Canada and Mexico – will be playing their group-stage games.

In June 2023, FIFA announced that the following locations had been selected to stage 2026 World Cup matches: Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Guadalajara, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Miami, Monterrey, New York/New Jersey, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto and Vancouver.

You can stream the World Cup schedule reveal on fuboTV.

What time is the World Cup schedule reveal?

The 2026 World Cup schedule will be announced from 3pm ET/12 noon PT on Sunday 4 February 2024.

How can I watch the World Cup schedule reveal?

In the United States, the World Cup schedule reveal is to be televised by FOX and Telemundo.

You can stream FOX and Telemundo’s coverage live on fuboTV, which offers users a free trial.

The event will also be streamed live on FIFA.com and FIFA+.

World Cup schedule reveal: live with AS USA

What’s more, you’ll have the option of following live-text coverage of the World Cup schedule announcement, right here at AS USA. Paul Reidy will be building up to the event from about an hour ahead of its start time, before bringing you all the details as they are revealed.

Which stadiums will host 2026 World Cup games?


  • BMO Field, Toronto, Ontario (capacity: 45,000)
  • BC Place, Vancouver, British Columbia (capacity: 54,000)


  • Estadio Azteca, Mexico City (capacity: 83,000)
  • Estadio Akron, Zapopan (capacity: 48,000)
  • Estadio BBVA, Guadalupe (capacity: 53,500)

United States

  • Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia (capacity: 75,000)
  • Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts (capacity: 65,000)
  • AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas (capacity: 65,000)
  • NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas (capacity: 72,000)
  • Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri (capacity: 73,000)
  • SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California (capacity: 70,000)
  • Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida (capacity: 65,000)
  • MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey (capacity: 82,500)
  • Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (capacity: 69,000)
  • Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California (capacity: 71,000)
  • Lumen Field, Seattle, Washington (capacity: 69,000)

When is the 2026 World Cup and who has qualified?

The 23rd edition of FIFA’s global soccer tournament, the 2026 World Cup is to be played in June and July 2026. The world game’s governing body has confirmed that the final will take place on 19 July, but the date of the opening game has not been announced.

Qualification is underway in some regions, but so far only the three host countries are certain to be at the next World Cup.


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