Canada, the United States and Mexico have won the right to host the 2026 World Cup.
The United 2026 bid beat off competition from Morocco by 134 votes to 65, taking the tournament back to North America for the first time since America hosted the competition in 1994.
A total of 23 stadia across the three nations have been put forward: three each in Canada and Mexico with the United States fulfilling the remaining 17.
With Russia hosting this year’s showpiece and Qatar the destination in 2022, Morocco and the United 2026 bid were the only two potential hosts put forward.
Mexico are the only one of the three future hosts at this year’s World Cup, with the US and Canada failing to qualify from the CONCACAF region. Canada have only qualified for one World Cup – in Mexico 32 years ago.