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Oceania confederation backs U.S.-led 2026 World Cup bid

Herculez Gomez delves into the 2026 World Cup hopes of the United States after Bruce Arena's recent comments.

The United States, Canada and Mexico bid to co-host the 2026 World Cup is supported by the OFC, the 11-nation Oceania football confederation.

Oceania says it also agrees the bid should have "an exclusive period of negotiation" with FIFA for the next year.

The 211 FIFA member federations can decide on May 11 to give the North American neighbours a March 2018 deadline without rivals to show their bid is technically sound.

The bid launched this month is currently FIFA's only realistic option for the...

 By Tom Marshall

How might a 2026 World Cup look with the U.S., Mexico and Canada as hosts?

Sam Borden joints Outside the Lines to preview the blockbuster WC bid between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada.
U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati explains the details of the 2026 World Cup bid launched by the United States, Mexico and Canada.

It's official: The United States, Mexico and Canada will bid to co-host the 2026 World Cup, following an announcement on Monday in New York City. 

While the specifics of the bid are not entirely known at this stage, some details did emerge, the most notable of which was the breakdown of the 80 total games: The U.S. will get 60, with Mexico and Canada staging just 10 apiece.

Given what we know about a tournament that will feature 48 teams and 16 groups, I took a shot at how the tournament might...

 By Sam Borden

CONCACAF to ask FIFA to fast-track U.S.-led 2026 World Cup bid -- sources

The FC panel examine the arguments for and against a joint 2026 World Cup bid from the U.S. perspective.

Historically, securing the right to host a World Cup has been a long, arduous process that involves significant travel, countless pitch meetings and numerous presentations -- not to mention a lot of money -- spread over a period of several years.

When it comes to the United States-led bid for the 2026 World Cup, however, a result might come much sooner -- perhaps even by the end of this year.

Lost amid the pageantry of Monday's glossy announcement of the bid by the U.S., Mexico and Canada was...