The very first World Cup co-facilitated by three unique nations will likewise see a record number of groups partaking, expanding by 16 from 32 to 48 as the competition gets back to North America interestingly since the 1994 finals.
The 16 settings named on Thursday remember 11 for the United States, three in Mexico and two in Canada.
The US games will be all held in settings that are home to NFL groups, with any semblance of the $5 billion SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles and the New York Giants and New York Jets' 82 000-seater MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford tipped to have the last.
A sum of 60 of the 80 games in the competition - including all knockout games from the quarter-finals onwards - will occur at US scenes.
Mexico City's notable Azteca Stadium - host of the 1970 and 1986 World Cup finals - was incorporated among three Mexican settings alongside the urban areas of Monterrey and Guadalajara.
Vancouver and Toronto will arrange the Canadian games in the competition.
Infantino in the mean time said 2026 would overshadow the 1994 finals in the United States - which holds the record for the most elevated absolute participation - in each regard.
"2026 will be a whole lot greater," Infantino said. "I figure this region of the planet doesn't understand what will occur in 2026.
"These three nations will be flipped around and afterward flipped in the future. The world will be attacking Canada, Mexico and the United States.
"They will be attacked by a major flood of bliss and satisfaction."
Infantino said he trusted the World Cup would spike the advancement of football in the locale further.
"In this region of the planet you are driving the world in numerous areas. Be that as it may, in the main game on the planet, soccer or football, you are not, yet," he said. "The goal should be that you are driving the world on the planet's main game."
A choice on which scenes would have marquee matches, for example, the World Cup last and opening game had not yet been taken.
"We actually need to examine that, we actually need to dissect that," Infantino said. "We will take a choice at the appropriate time."
Anyway Infantino uncovered that given the immense geological spread of organizing the competition across North America, FIFA was taking a gander at basing groups in provincial "bunches" to limit travel.
"While you're managing an enormous district as need might arise to think often about the fans and ensure that groups are playing in bunches, that fans and groups don't need to travel insane distances," Infantino said.
The rundown of US settings stretch from one coast to another, highlighting a few urban communities that facilitated games in the 1994 World Cup finals. Anyway no genuine arena scenes from the 1994 competition will rehash in 2026.
Different settings remember the Dallas Cowboys goliath AT&T Stadium for Arlington and the Miami Dolphins' Hard Rock Stadium. Seven of the 11 settings named Thursday have facilitated the Super Bowl.
The Kansas City Chiefs' Arrowhead Stadium - the most intense arena on the planet as per the Guinness Book of World Records - likewise took care of business.
NFL scenes in Seattle, San Francisco, Atlanta, Houston, Boston and Philadelphia were additionally on the rundown.
Anyway there was a bad situation for Washington DC on the scenes list. It implies the 2026 competition will be the main World Cup since the 1974 finals in the then West Germany not to highlight a host's capital city.
Colin Smith, FIFA's central rivalries and occasions official, recognized Washington's nonappearance after an "unbelievably cutthroat" bid process.
"This was an incredibly hard decision," Smith said. "It's difficult to envision a World Cup coming to the US and the capital city not playing a significant job."
Smith in the mean time expressed a portion of the NFL scenes would require slight changes to extend "squeeze focuses" however said arena limit wouldn't be impacted.
"The quantity of fans who will be ready to encounter this World Cup will likely be twofold than what we've recently had," he said.
"World Cup 1994 holds the record for participation - and that will be destroyed."
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