Do You Live in a U.S. City That Might Host the 2026 World Cup?

6. Cleveland

downtown Cleveland by the Veterans Memorial Bridge

downtown Cleveland by the Veterans Memorial Bridge Cleveland might not be able to handle all the visitors. | PapaBear/iStock/Getty Images

  • Stadium: FirstEnergy Stadium
  • Seating capacity: 73,200

The stadium size and grass field help put Cleveland’s FirstEnergy Stadium on the short list. However, the knocks on Cleveland are similar to other cities appearing later on the list. It’s not necessarily a destination for foreign tourists, and with fewer than 8,000 hotel rooms it might be a challenge to handle the influx of visitors.

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