The World Cup heads to North America in 2026 to be jointly hosted by The United States, Canada and Mexico after beating bid rival Morocco.
The United Bid received 134 votes, Morocco received 65 votes while one country voted for neither at Fifa‘s Congress held on Wednesday.
— United 2026 (@united2026) June 13, 2018
How they voted
A total of 210 members were present and eligible to vote but seven abstained: the four countries directly involved (USA, Canada, Mexico and Morocco) and three US-governed territories (Guam, Puerto Rico, American Samoa and the US Virgin Islands).
The members were prompted to vote electronically and had 15 seconds to cast their ballots.