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About World Cup 2026 Tickets

FIFA World Cup tournaments take place every four years, with up to 48 nations competing for the cup. The World Cup is a truly global event, with teams arriving from six different continents, including Africa, Europe, North, and Central America, the Caribbean, Oceania, Asia, and South America.

It's also one of the most popular events globally, with up to three million tickets sold for the live events and up to three billion fans watching on their television. Ticket prices can soar, so make sure that you buy your World Cup tickets quickly if you don't want to miss out!

About FIFA Canada, Mexico & USA World Cup Tickets 2026

The 2026 FIFA World Cup is set to be a record-breaker. It is the first tournament to be hosted by three countries. And, also the first World Cup to include 48 teams. The previous World Cup in Qatar saw 32 teams compete.

Host nations Canada, Mexico and the USA all qualify automatically for the World Cup in 2026. We can expect all their matches to be mega events, with demand for tickets easily outstripping supply.

For the 2022 World Cup, more than 1 million tickets were requested within 24 hours of ticket sales being open.

Ticket prices ranged from a mere $11 for residents to $1600 for the finale on December 18th at Lusail stadium.

Background of the FIFA World Cup

The first World Cup took place in 1930. It was proposed by Jules Rimet, whose goal was to create an international competition between football teams because soccer wasn't part of the Summer Games.

The host, Uruguay, won the first tournament. The World Cup has been played every four years since 1930, except in 1942 and 1946 due to World War II. 2018 was a record-breaking year because all 211 member nations participated.

A Four-Year Gap

The FIFA World Cup only takes place once every four years so that the qualification fixtures can be played, allowing the event to be a truly global affair.

World Cup Champions

Argentina will defend their title as World Cup champions in 2026.

Led by Leo Messi, Argentina bounced back from a shock defeat to Saudi Arabia to win all their remaining games at the World Cup in Qatar.

The 2022 World Cup final will live long in the memory, as one of the best games of football ever played.

By the time 2026 rolls around, Kylian Mbappe will still be wondering how his hat-trick did not guide France to victory.

Messi notched twice with Angel Di Maria scoring the other. Argentina won 4-2 on penalties and their fans finally had a third world title after successes in 1978 and 1986.

For Leo Messi it was the night where the Barcelona legend confirmed his greatness. All eyes will be on whether Messi makes it to the 2026 edition.

Brazil holds the current record for FIFA World Cup wins, having taken the cup home five times. They won in 2002, 1994, 1970, 1962, and 1958.

Germany and Italy have each achieved four World Cup wins.

The Player with the Most FIFA World Cup Wins

Edson Arantes do Nascimento, known as Pelé, holds the record for the football player with the most World Cup wins. He has won three FIFA World Cups with Brazil. He played for both the national side and the club team Santos.

The Fifa World Cup Qualifying Groups

The qualifying process is quite complex. Teams are divided into confederations based on geographic region, namely AFC, CONCACAF, CONMEBOL, OFC, CAF, and UEFA. Each of the six confederations has its own process that must be followed to qualify.

England Needs a Win!

England has won the World Cup once, in 1966.

Don't despair if you are a fan, though. Only six countries have managed to win the World Cup since that date.

Seven World Cup Champion Nations

  • Argentina

  • Brazil

  • France

  • Germany

  • Italy

  • Spain

  • England

Host Cities in 2026

There are sixteen host cities for the 2026 World Cup.

They are split into two from Canada, three from Mexico and the remaining 11 from the United States of America.

Canada's two host cities are Toronto and Vancouver.

Mexico's host cities are Mexico City, Monterrey and Guadalajara.

The host cities in the United States are as follows: New York/New Jersey, Dallas, Kansas City, Houston, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Seattle, San Francisco, Boston and Miami.

Duration of the Tournament and Participating Teams

The World Cup final will take place on July 19, 2026. The start date for the tournament has not yet been announced.

Qualifying details for World Cup 2026

Africa will be represented by nine teams. Asia will have eight representatives. CONCACAF have three direct qualifiers in the hosts, plus there will be three more teams from this region.

Six teams will come from South America. Oceania will have one team and Europe will have 16 teams.

Two extra teams will qualify via the play-offs.

Host Cities and Stadiums at the 2026 FIFA World Cup in Canada, Mexico & USA

Mexico City: Estadio Azteca (capacity: 87,523)

New York/New Jersey: MetLife Stadium (82,500)

Dallas: AT&T Stadium (80,000)

Kansas City: Arrowhead Stadium (76,416)

Houston: NRG Stadium (72,220)

Atlanta: Mercedes-Benz Stadium (71,000)

Los Angeles: SoFi Stadium (70,240)

Philadelphia: Lincoln Financial Field (69,796)

Seattle: Lumen Field (69,000)

San Francisco: Levi's Stadium (68,500)

Boston: Gillette Stadium (65,878)

Miami: Hard Rock Stadium (64,767)

Vancouver: BC Place (54,500)

Monterrey: Estadio BBVA (53,500)

Guadalajara: Estadio Akron (49,850)

Toronto: BMO Field (30,000)

FIFA World Cup Past Winners

  • Qatar 2022: Argentina, France, Croatia
  • Russia 2018: France, Croatia, Belgium
  • Brazil 2014: Germany, Argentina, Netherlands
  • South Africa 2010: Spain, Netherlands, Germany
  • Germany 2006: Italy, France, Germany
  • South Korea / Japan 2002: Brazil, Germany, Turkey
  • France 1998: France, Brazil, Croatia
  • USA 1994: Brazil, Italy, Sweden
  • Italy 1990: Germany, Argentina, Italy
  • Mexico 1986: Argentina, West Germany, France
  • Spain 1982: Italy, West Germany, Poland
  • Argentina 1978: Argentina, Netherlands, Brazil
  • West Germany 1974: West Germany, Netherlands, Poland
  • Mexico 1970: Brazil, Italy, West Germany
  • England 1966: England, West Germany, Portugal
  • Chile 1962: Brazil, Czechoslovakia, Chile
  • Sweden 1958: Brazil, Sweden, France
  • Switzerland 1954: West Germany, Hungary, Austria
  • Brazil 1950: Uruguay, Brazil, Sweden
  • France 1938: Italy, Hungary, Brazil
  • Italy 1934: Italy, Czechoslovakia, Germany
  • Uruguay 1930: Uruguay, Argentina, USA

Frequently Asked Questions about World Cup 2026 tickets

How to buy World Cup 2026 tickets?

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  1. Scroll to the top of the page and select the World Cup 2026 fixture you hope to attend.
  2. You’ll be prompted to specify the number of tickets you require before being able to browse all the listings. Sort the options by price or use our filters to focus your search towards a specific part of the venue.
  3. Select the World Cup 2026 ticket that meets your needs and fill in your details at checkout to complete your booking.

Explore tickets for 77 upcoming World Cup 2026 events on SeatPick, with ticket prices ranging all the way from $10,369 to $10,369.

How much are World Cup 2026 tickets?

World Cup 2026 ticket prices can vary, depending on which teams are involved and the importance of the match. SeatPick's data provides our users with valuable and accurate insights. Currently, supporters can buy World Cup 2026 tickets on our platform from $10,369. Meanwhile, the average World Cup 2026 ticket listed on SeatPick is priced at $10,369.

Is it safe to buy World Cup 2026 tickets on SeatPick?

Yes. SeatPick is a trusted ticket aggregator that exclusively lists World Cup 2026 tickets from reliable providers who have been carefully vetted by us. We only offer tickets that are backed by a money-back guarantee of 100% or more. Our mission is clear and simple - to help supporters locate the safest World Cup 2026 tickets across the web.

How to buy cheap World Cup 2026 tickets?

It's always a good idea to visit SeatPick when trying to secure cheap World Cup 2026 tickets. We aggregate the entire online ticket market in real-time, helping fans to discover the best World Cup 2026 deals.

As of today, the most affordable World Cup 2026 match on our platform is Egypt vs Guinea-Bissau, with ticket prices kicking off at $10,369. To be decided will host the match on October 13, 2025 and the cheapest tickets are located in Category 1 Zone.

When do World Cup 2026 tickets go on sale?

World Cup 2026 tickets go on sale soon after the schedule is revealed many months before the tournament begins. At SeatPick, our goal is to present fans with the broadest selection of ticket choices. On our platform today, you can choose from a grand total of 1 World Cup 2026 tickets.

When is the next World Cup 2026 match?

The next World Cup 2026 match will be Uruguay vs Paraguay on September 5, 2024.

How are World Cup tickets sold?

Tickets are initially sold by FIFA and the national associations of the competing teams.

Unfortunately, tickets sold through official ticketing accounts on the FIFA website are limited. You have to register and apply for individual match tickets, the full four stadium ticket series, or a team-specific series. You are limited to sixty tickets across the various matches or six per household per game.

At SeatPick, we scour the secondary market to ensure fans can secure their seat at the 2026 FIFA World Cup.

How much did a ticket to the World Cup 2022 cost?

Category-one tickets cost around 800 Qatari riyals, which is roughly £160. The category-two tickets were priced at around £120.

Can I buy World Cup tickets outside of the EU?

You can buy tickets from anywhere in the world using SeatPick.

How to get World Cup tickets?

If you are looking for tickets before they sell out, SeatPick is your best option. SeatPick is the largest marketplace for football fans, and there will be tickets up for grabs… but don't delay!

You can use SeatPick to view the list of upcoming World Cup matches, select the dates you'd like to attend, and then find your area or section based on the tickets available. Then checkout to complete your order.

As more than a million people apply for World Cup tickets during the first phase, you should secure your ticket as soon as possible.

Where is the 2026 World Cup?

The 2026 World Cup is split between Canada, Mexico and the United States.

Is it too late to buy World Cup tickets?

No, it's never too late, not when tickets can be transferred online. If you missed the last-minute sales phase that was offered by FIFA, you can still get tickets, even at face value, or any top-level remaining tickets, for any of the biggest games.

Whichever country you want to see play at the 2026 World Cup, SeatPick is the place to be.

At SeatPick, we have access to a huge number of World Cup tickets; On our platform, you'll have access to thousands of tickets.

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