Toronto’s B-MO Field Hosting Six FIFA World Cup 26 Matches
Canada will be hosting 13 games at FIFA World Cup 26, with 6 of them taking place at B-MO Field in Toronto.
The opening game on Canadian soil will happen in Toronto on June 12th. Seven other matches will be held in Vancouver, as Canada co-hosts, along with the United States and Mexico.
The tournament kicks off in Mexico City on June 11, 2026 with the final scheduled for July 19th in New York-New Jersey. Los Angeles will also be a host city.
Organizers say the match schedule is designed to minimize travel for teams, ensuring that players’ rest and recovery is prioritized throughout the tournament
The national teams of Canada, the United States, and Mexico will each play their three group-stage matches on home soil.
In announcing the schedule on Sunday, FIFA Vice-President and Concacaf President Victor Montagliani said World Cup 26 will be a “watershed moment” for the game, and one that will trigger massive football development worldwide.