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

9. San Francisco

Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco

Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco The stadium is over an hour away from the city. | iStock/Getty Images Plus

  • Stadium: Levi’s Stadium
  • Seating capacity: 68,500

The home stadium of the San Francisco 49ers has a lot few things going for it. San Francisco is a cosmopolitan city well versed in hosting big events, and any games hosted there would surely pack in the crowds. The big minus, however, is the stadium is actually in Santa Clara, about 45 miles and at least an hour south of downtown San Francisco.

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