FIFA World Cup 2026 in Seattle

The Emerald City will host six games during the 2026 World Cup including two knock-out rounds and one US National Team game.
Seattle Unveils FIFA World Cup 2026 Logo At Space Needle
Seattle Unveils FIFA World Cup 2026 Logo At Space Needle / Steph Chambers/GettyImages

FIFA announced on this Sunday (Feb 04) the match schedule for the 2026 World Cup hosted by United States, Canada and Mexico. The tournament will start on June 11, and the big final will be on July 19 in New Jersey. There will be 104 games featuring 48 teams played across 16 host cities split into three regions: Western, Central and Eastern.

The Eastern region will have Atlanta, Miami, Toronto, Boston, Philadelphia, and New York/New Jersey. The Central region will have Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey, Houston, Dallas, and Kansas City. And the Western region will have Vancouver, San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, and Seattle.

Seattle will host six games in total: four of them in the group stage, one in the round of 32, and the last one in the round of 16. Here is the list of games that will happen in the Lumen Field, including the second game for the USA National Team in the group stage:

1. Monday, 15 June 2026

Match 16 - group stage

2. Friday, 19 June 2026

Match 32 - USA game #2 in the group stage

3. Wednesday, 24 June 2026

Match 52 - group stage

4. Friday, 26 June 2026

Match 63 - group stage

5. Wednesday, 1 July 2026

Match 82 - round of 32

6. Monday, 6 July 2026

Match 94 - round of 16

"I’ve stated previously that bringing the FIFA World Cup to Seattle is perhaps the biggest moment in the soccer history of our region, but today’s news makes that feeling all the more real. To be hosting FIFA World Cup matches in and of itself is a momentous thing, but to see the United States Men’s National Team playing in the Emerald City on the world’s biggest stage is an honor. As a born-and-bred Seattleite, today’s news is remarkable and has the potential to take our sport to new heights. For every soccer fan in our region, 2026 is going to be really special, and for the fans from across our nation and around the world coming to Seattle, we are eager to welcome you all. On behalf of the city of Seattle and our entire local organizing committee, we cannot wait to begin playing FIFA World Cup matches at Lumen Field in just two years’ time."