United States, Canada and Mexico have successfully won their bid to host the 2026 World Cup.
They beat off competition from Morroco to host the tournament in eight years time.
The news comes just hours before the 2018 World Cup in Russia kicks off on Friday.
We’ve taken a look at the cities and in particular, the stadiums that could be used in the 2026 World Cup.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
Atlanta’s state of the art new Mercedes-Benz Stadium is a contender.
The new stadium is home to Atlanta United and the Atlanta Falcons and holds 70,000 people.
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore
The multi-purpose stadium is Baltimore holds just over 71,000 people and plays home to Baltimore Ravens.
Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati
Around 65,000 fans can fit into the home of the Cincinnati Bengals.
Various artists have performed there and it has even held a chess tournament!
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough
The home of the NFL’s New England Patriots holds close to 67,000 fans and is another stadium being considered.
The stadium has been used for MLS play-offs game in the past, as well as several international games.
AT&T Stadium, Dallas
The Dallas Cowboys’ stadium is one of the larger stadiums on the list with a capacity of 100,000.
The stadium has held boxing and Wrestlemania in the past.
Mile High Stadium, Denver
The Mile High Stadium in Denver is a modern rebuild from the former Mile High Stadium and is one of the biggest in the NFL, holding over 75,000 fans.
Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton
Also known as the Brick Field, the Commonwealth Stadium was used during the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
It boasts a record attendance of 63,000 has been used in previous World Championships and Women’s Rugby World Cups.
Estadio Akron, Guadalajara
The Estadio Akron is home to Mexican side Guadalajara and is primarily used for football, unlike some of the stadiums on the list.
The capacity for this ground is just over 46,000.
NRG Stadium, Houston
The NRG Stadium is home to Houston’s various sports teams and is often used by the US national soccer team.
It can hold around 72,000 fans and has previously hosted Super Bowls and Wrestlemania.
Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City
Around 76,000 Kanas City Chief fans can fit into the Arrowhead Stadium.
The stadium has previously been used to host a friendly between Manchester United and Kansas City.
Rose Bowl, LA
One of the more famous stadiums on the list. The Rose Bowl has a record attendance of 106,869.
The stadium was used in the 1994 World Cup and is now a regular feature in a lot of Premier League side’s pre-season plans.
Chelsea and Liverpool played in the International Champions Cup at the Rose Bowl back in 2016.
Azteca Stadium, Mexico City
The Azteca Stadium has seen its fair share of historic moments.
It was in this stadium that Maradona scored the ‘Hand of God’ goal against England and the goal that is widely considered as one of the best ever.
The official capacity is just under 90,000 but 132,247 people were there to see the Julio César Chávez vs Greg Haugen fight in 1993.
Hard Rock Stadium, Miami
The Hard Rock Stadium has a capacity of 65,000 and is the home of the Miami Dolphins.
The stadium has also been used for baseball and will host the 2019 Miami Open.
BBVA Bancomer Stadium, Monterrey
Another of the few football stadiums on the list is the BBVA Bancomer Stadium, home of Mexican side Monterrey.
Olympic Stadium, Montreal
The home of MLS side Montreal Impact, the Olympic Stadium can hold around 61,000.
This stadium was also used during the 2015 Women’s World Cup.
Nissan Stadium, Nashville
Also known as ‘The East Bank Stadium’, the Nissan Stadium plays host to Tennessee’s various sports teams.
56,000 fans came here to watch Manchester City against Tottenham during the 2017 International Champions Cup.
MetLife Stadium, New Jersey
The MetLife Stadium is one of the more modern stadiums on the list, having only opened in 2010.
It can hold 82,000 fans and is home to the New York Giants and the New York Jets.
Camping World Stadium, Orlando
The Camping World Stadium has been used by teams based in Orlando for many years, most recently Orlando City and Orlando Pride.
It was used in the 1994 World Cup and the 1996 Olympic games.
Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
Just under 70,000 Philadelphia Eagles fans can see their team at the Lincoln Financial Field.
Real Madrid, Roma and Inter Milan have all played pre-season friendlies here in recent years.
Levi's Stadium, San Francisco
Levi’s Stadium is the current home of the San Francisco 49ers.
The record attendance dates back to 2015 for WrestleMania 31, which was seen by an impressive 76,976 people.
CenturyLink Field, Seattle
One of the more eye-catching stadiums on the list, known for its open-top stands behind either goal.
The home of Seattle Sounders and Seattle Seahawks makes the list.
BMO Field, Toronto
Toronto’s BMO Field is one of the smaller stadiums on the list, with just a 30,000 capacity.
Sebastian Giovinco’s Toronto FC currently play their home games here.
FedEx Field, Washington DC
The home of Washington Redskins, but unlike many of the American stadiums, the Redskins do not share with their local MLS side DC United.
The stadium, which has a capacity of 82,000, will play home to Beyonce and Jay-Z this summer, who will grace the stadium during their upcoming tour.