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

8. Nashville

downtown Nashville, Tennessee

downtown Nashville, Tennessee The city knows how to handle tourists. | Sean Pavone/iStock/Getty Images

  • Stadium: Nissan Stadium
  • Seating capacity: 69,143

Tennessee’s capital makes the list thanks to the home of the NFL’s Titans. The grass field is one plus, and the city is also a hotbed of convention activity, so it would know how to gracefully handle the massive amount of tourists that would pour in for the World Cup. Nashville is not necessarily known as a soccer hotbed. But if the goal of the U.S. Soccer Federation is to grow the sport domestically, then the city would be a smart choice.

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