USA, Mexico, Canada could host the FIFA Club World Cup 2026

Although football in Canada has its roots in rugby, this sport has evolved into its own version called Canadian football. Two teams of twelve players each play to control the territory of an oval ball, similar to the parameters set by American football.

The biggest difference between Canadian and American football is the scale of this field. Canadian football fields have 110 yards and 65 yards wide. The post goal is also placed in the front, instead of the back of the end area.


The professional tournament is called the Canadian Football Federation, or CFL. Among many football events, the Gray Cup is highly anticipated. This event attracts millions of fans in the stands and snuggling into their television.

The CFL consists of nine teams, including Hamilton Tiger-Cat, Montreal Alouettes, Ottawa Redblacks, Toronto Argonauts, BC Lions, Calgary Stampeders, Edmonton Eskimos, Saskatchewan Roughriders and Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

The FIFA Club World Cup in 2026 can be held by the three countries. They are United States, Mexico and Canada as these three countries prepare to host the World Cup in 2026.

ESPN sources say that the United States, Mexico and Canada will have the option to host FIFA events before the 2026 World Cup. is the FIFA Conference, the World Cup youth tournament or the FIFA Club World Cup.

Sources in the Mexican Football Federation also confirmed that the three countries are likely to host the 24-team FIFA Club World Cup by 2025, but added that nothing has been determined yet.

The announcement

On October 24, FIFA announced that China was the host of the FIFA Club World Cup in 2021. This team will join 24 teams for the first time. The tournament period will be held from June 17 to July 4, 2021. Europe will have 8 seats, South America will have 6 seats. Meanwhile, Africa, Asia and North America – each continent has 3 seats and Oceania has 1 interest.

FIFA Club World Cup will be held every 4 years, instead of every year as it is now. So the next event will be in 2025, likely in the Americas. The final edition of the FIFA Club World Cup will be held in December this year in Qatar, the host country of the 2022 World Cup.