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U.S., Canada Considering '26 FIFA World Cup Bids, But Canadian Venues Would Need Work

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 07 / 15

After "staging a successful Women's World Cup," Canadian soccer chiefs "have given strong indications a major effort to land the biggest event in the sport" -- the '26 FIFA World Cup -- soon might follow, according to Martin Rogers of USA TODAY. Canadian Soccer Association President Victor Mont...

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