What stadiums will be used for The World Cup 2026? Qatar World Cup is only four months away. This is going to be the 22nd World Cup. All the talk is about the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. And it has already been confirmed that the 2026 World Cup is going to be held jointly by three countries (United States, Canada and Mexico) for the first time. However, in the meantime, Portugal and Spain have come up to host the 2030 World Cup. In the meantime, Spain has announced the names of 15 stadiums for the World Cup.
The 2030 World Cup will be FIFA’s 24th tournament. It will also be the 100th anniversary of the World Cup, which was held in Uruguay in 1930. Two European countries, Portugal and Spain, are busy organizing such a historic World Cup.
Spain is so busy organizing the World Cup jointly with Portugal that it has announced the name of the stadium 8 years before the 2030 World Cup. 12 other stadiums are named after the home ground of Barcelona, Real Madrid, Valencia.
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Stadiums include Barcelona’s Nou Camp and RCDE Stadium, Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu and Metropolitano, Valencia’s Nuevo Mestalla and Bilbao’s Mann Memes. Also leading the list are Balaides of Celta Vigo, Riazor of Deportivo La Coruna, El Molino-Enrique Castro of Gion and Anoeta of San Sebastian. Also on the shortlist are Zaragoza’s La Romareda, Murcas’ Nueva Condomina, Sevilla’s Estadio La Cartua, Malaga’s Estadio La Ronaldada and Las Palmas’ Estadio Gran Canaria.
The names of these venues were finalized after discussions between RFEF. Representatives of the Spanish government and representatives of various cities, stadiums and clubs. Spain is expected to reduce the number of venues to 11 in the final bid. Before that, the stadiums will be checked for feasibility till next November. No deadline has been announced for the announcement of the final names.
Meanwhile, the president of the Spanish Football Federation, Luis Rubiales, said, “The bid to host the World Cup awaits Spain as the most important project in the next few years.” Earlier, Spain hosted the World Cup in 1982.