Mexico and the US want to organize the 2027 Women’s World Cup

United States and Mexico They made this Friday official their joint bid to host the 2027 Women’s World Cup.

The United States Soccer Federation (US Soccer) and the Mexican Football Federation They revealed their goal of holding the largest women’s soccer event in history.

This is a crucial moment for women’s football. Around the world, federations are beginning to invest more and more in women’s football and revenue, audience and engagement records are being rewritten. “The United States and Mexico are in a unique position to host a World Cup that will take advantage of the same venues, infrastructure and protocols used for the men’s World Cup a year earlier,” said US Soccer President Cindy Parlow Cone.

Both Mexico and the United States (along with Canada) will be host of the men’s World Cup in 2026.

“All participating teams will be able to experience the warmth and support of our fans, who appreciate women’s soccer and demonstrate it, week after week, with the success of our professional women’s league. “This is a great opportunity to grow women’s football and offer players equal conditions so they can shine and show the world how talented and professional they are.”said Ivar Sisniega, Executive President of the Mexican Soccer Federation.

The “NEW HEIGHTS” candidacy projects take advantage of the main advantages of the 2026 World Cupincluding sports and transportation infrastructure and security protocols.

This means that there would be a World Cup with stadiums with the capacity to host more 65 thousand spectators and to hold festivals for millions more fans.

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