Soccer Fans React to #WorldCup2026 Bid Win With Too Much Excitement To Handle

This is not a drill. Mexico, Canada and the United States are hosting the 2026 World Cup. The three countries all banded together like the three amigos to give us one heck of a stadium lineup in eight years and people are pumped up. The three countries defeated Morocco for the highly coveted soccer event.

For those fans who struggle over supporting Mexico or the USMNT during the World Cup, 2026 is going to make it mush easier.

No more picking sides because you can celebrate both of them.

Fortunately you have eight years to start saving that cash so you can partake in #Mundial2026.

Now would be the time to start reevaluating all of your subscription services. Maybe you don’t need all of them.

People are excited for the opportunity to see their favorite teams battle it out on their home turf.

It will be the first time Canada will be hosting the event, the U.S.’s second time and Mexico’s third—an unprecedented number for a host country so far. It will also be the first time the playing field is expanded from 32 teams to 48. 

In order to figure out how to get to each host country, people were already planning out their travel itineraries and some people didn’t. 👏🏾 come. 👏🏾 to. 👏🏾 play. 👏🏾

Make sure you save those vacation days so you can really spend time traveling to all of your favorite games.

All three leaders reacted to the news and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s tweet is standing out.

Will Mexico be able to pull its weight in hosting its fair share of 10 out of the 80 games that will be played?

Of course, there are already some savage memes calling Mexico weak.

That’s just low.

It is a pretty amazing moment for North America. All three countries coming together for on global sporting event.

Pique, the jalapeño mascot from the 1986 World Cup in Mexico, is starting to get a lot of loving.

The ’86 World Cup was the last time El Tri hosted the world for soccer’s biggest tournament.

Of course this epic and iconic gif started making the rounds again.

Who can forget this moment from former Mexican national team coach Miguel ‘El Piojo’ Herrera during the 2014 World Cup.


READ: 20 Things You Should Know Before The World Cup This Year

On a scale of 1-10, how excited are you for North America to host the World Cup?  Please share your World Cup moments using #WorldCup2018 #ShowUsYourColors.

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