Will winning the 2026 World Cup election unite a fractured US Soccer Federation?

MLS Commissioner Don Garber talks about the 2026 World Cup coming to North America and what it means for soccer in the United States.

Former USMNT player Taylor Twellman feels that the game will grow in popularity by hosting the 2026 World Cup in the United States.

The United States, Mexico and Canada earned a 134-65 vote win over Morocco to earn the right to host the 2026 World Cup.

The World Cup is coming to North America as the United States, Mexico and Canada are confirmed as hosts of the 2026 tournament.

MOSCOW — When the United States men’s national team failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in October, the fissures that had been developing within the broader American soccer community cracked wide open.

There were disagreements on all manner of things, from the state of youth development, to the way the professional game should be administered, to Major League Soccer’s relationship to the national team. That’s a mere subset as well. The list goes on and on.

How then would the sport begin to move forward? On Wednesday, in Moscow’s Expocentre, the answer to that question began to reveal itself when the “United Bid” of Canada, Mexico and the U.S. won the

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