Mexico has a new goal in front of it and that is to win the opening of the 2026 World Cup
Mexico City presented the identity it will use during the 2026 World Cup, looking forward to the opening of the World Cup which it will host along with the United States and Canada.
CDMX introduced a logo that featured the World Cup trophy and 26 behind the scepter in orange, and some shades of green on the sides to commemorate the color used by the Mexican National Team and also appear There is a flag. Below is the legend: “Mexico City”.
According to FIFA President Gianni Infantino, Mexico will host more matches for the 2026 World Cup and not just host the 10 games that were announced earlier. Furthermore, the Azteca Stadium wants to be the venue for the opening of that World Cup.
The 2026 World Cup logo for Mexico, which will co-host the tournament with the United States and [email protected]
“There’s a lot of work to be done with the person who is here from FIFA. We not only have to go to the inauguration, we also have to go to the congress. Obviously we had it in 1970 and 1986, we have to go to the congress and the inauguration. Will have to work”, commented Justino Compane, former president of the Mexican Soccer Federation.
The country that hosted the FIFA Congress the year before the World Cup would be nominated for the inaugural 2026 World Cup, therefore fighting off the United States and Canada to host that event.
Mexico, on its part, received a FIFA envoy, Jürgen Menka, who will look after the organization and planning ahead of the 48-team event. He will oversee and review plan development in Guadalajara, Monterrey and CDMX.
Mexico has a new objective and that is to inaugurate the 2026 World Cup, which it co-hosts with the United States and Canada.