The joint bid between Canada, Mexico and the USA has won the right to host the 2026 World Cup.
The bid, known as United 2026, beat the rival Moroccan bid by 134 votes to 65 in the FIFA congress in Moscow ahead of the 2018 Russia World Cup.
United’s victory marks the first time three countries will host the tournament together after Japan and Korea became the first ever co-hosts in 2002.
The 2026 tournament will be the biggest World Cup ever held – with 48 teams competing for the first time. There will be 80 matches held over 34 days.
Both Mexico (1970 and 1986) and the United States (1994) have previously hosted World Cups while Canada hosted the Women’s World Cup in 2015.