This city presented the identity of the 2026 World Cup at half time of the match between Chivas and America
Mexico counts down the months to start the 2026 World Cup, sharing headquarters with the United States and Canada. To this end, Akron Stadium, a property used by the city of Guadalajara, presented the logo for the Maximum Football event during half time of the National Classic.
The duel between Chivas and América was used to display the logo for the next World Cup, where fans of Rebaño and Las Águilas were able to appreciate how the canvas placed in midfield at the start of each game Will happen. Festival. world Cup. Also, while the celebration was going on, Akron Stadium launched fireworks to add to the excitement.
With the number 26 and the World Cup, the canvas featured a continuous movement in the midfield Moon while the Chivas and America’s squads were at halftime.
Mexico’s venues, being Mexico City and Monterrey, screened the same hour earlier this Thursday, while Guadalajara used the semi-final of the national classic between Chivas and America to show the World Cup 2026 presentation to around 35,000 fans.
For the World Cup, the city of Guadalajara will host it for the third time. However, it will now be a separate asset. For the 1970 and 1986 World Cups, the Jalisco Stadium was the one that received the national teams. The Coloso de la Calzada Independencia also hosted the 1999 Confederations Cup as well as the Athens 2004 Pre-Olympics and Tokyo 2020.
In addition to the Coloso de la Calzada Independencia, Akron Stadium also had the opportunity to host the Tokyo 2020 Pre-Olympics, the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.