South American nations to vote for 2026 North America World Cup

CSA bid director Peter Montopoli, TFC president Bill Manning and Mayor John Tory had FIFA representatives on hand, to display why Toronto is a great host city for World Cup 2026.

The North American bid for the 2026 World Cup has gained the support of the 10 South American soccer nations.

The announcement from CONMEBOL on Friday came two months before the FIFA Congress is due to vote on whether to award the tournament to Morocco, or to the joint bid from the United States, Canada and Mexico.

FIFA’s bid inspection team has spent the week in North America, visiting all three countries, and it travels to Morocco next week.

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