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Football has always been a means of cultural union, no matter what language, English, Spanish, Portuguese, or Italian, football has its own way of communicating.
And now, Miami becomes to be host for the new FIFA World Cup 2026. But achieving this goal was not an easy work. But definitely it was worth it!
In 2017 began the application process for the world cup, the time to secure the offer was 5 years. “To FIFA’s credit, they were looking at various factors, not just the obvious ones,” said Rolando Aedo, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau’s COO.
Also, in search of securing the candidacy Miami in the past hosted at the Hard Rock Stadium. He also organized multiple Super Bowls and college football championships. And it should be noted that Formula 1 has just ended. (Reference statements by Aedo). In 2017 Hard Rock Stadium hosted El Clásico between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. This play was historic as it is recorded as the highest grossing party in the history of North America.
Miami does have a lot football lovers, which is demonstrated by the opportunities it offers to young people. For example, it has recreational, travel and competitive academies. It also has men’s and women’s teams from NCAA Division I and II. In relation to adult football Miami includes all levels of participation: amateur, semi-professional and professional.
Professional football in Miami started with the North American Soccer League’s Miami Gatos in the late 1960s and early 1970s, then with the Miami Toros in the mid-1970s, continuing with the Fort Lauderdale Strikers in the late 1970s and early 1980s. In 1998, Major League Soccer (MLS) created the Miami Fusion but the team dissolved in 2002. Today, Inter Miami FC Currently, owned by David Beckham, competes in MLS. And not to mention that almost all schools have football equipment. There is no doubt Miami will be one of the best cities where the world cup will be held high.
Miami City, is the center of South Florida, covering an area from the Everglades to the west to Biscayne Bay to the east. It is city full of incredible surprises and opportunities for unforgettable experiences. In Miami you can find nightspots, theme clubs, parks, beaches, museums, with which you can attend as a couple, alone, with children and even pets.
So if you buy your tickets to the 2026 World Cup, then plan the hotel, the places to visit and the itinerary of this trip.
Get ready to this different and so Miami style World Cup!
On June 16, FIFA announced the cities that will host the World Cup 2026. Highlighting the United States with 11 cities such as Los Angeles, Dallas, Philadelphia, and of course Miami. The cities are: Miami, Vancouver, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Guadalajara, Kansas City, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Monterrey, Mexico City, Toronto, Boston, Philadelphia, New York/New Jersey.
“It’s a very exciting day. We can see that the United States is already breathing the atmosphere of a World Cup. It will be very emotional to see the first World Cup with 48 teams in North America. All the figures will be here,” said FIFA President Gianni Infantino.
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