Mexico and the US present a joint candidacy for the 2027 Women’s World Cup

CHICAGO.- The Mexican Football Federation and the United States Soccer Federation (USA) presented on Friday a joint candidacy to host the 2027 Women’s World Cup and they project profits of 3,000 million dollars. It is planned that his proposal will compete against that of Brazil and the joint plan of Germany, Holland and Belgium.

The anticipated winnings represent a large increase over this year’s tournament held in Australia and New Zealandwhich according to the FIFA It was 570 million dollars. The candidacy of Mexico and USA It projected an attendance of 4.5 million people.

The candidacy of Brazil estimated competition profits of $99 million, not including broadcast rights. While the European tender included “a profit projection above what the Women’s World Cup has had before.”

According to the document published by the FIFA, In the Mexico-USA candidacy the proposed venues are the same as for thel Men’s World Cup 2026: Arlington, Texas; Atlanta; East Rutherford, New Jersey; Foxborough, Massachusetts; Houston; Inglewood, California; Kansas City, Missouri; Miami Gardens, Florida; Philadelphia; Santa Clara, California; and Seattle.

They could include other cities.

Mexico, For its part, it considered Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey—the three cities of the Men’s World Cup— as well as two others for 2027: León and Querétaro.

Benefits of one World Cup after another:

The US federation noted that the bid was intended to take advantage of the efficiency of the world men’s event of 2026, which will be held in USA, Mexico and Canada.

The United States and Mexico are in a unique position to host a World Cup to take advantage of the same venues, infrastructure and protocols used for the men’s World Cup to be held just a year earlier.“said the president of the American federation Cindy Parlow Cone it’s a statement. “As a result, we believe the time is right to host a FIFA Women’s World Cup Make it a truly world-class experience for players and fans alike. “This will not only unlock the economic potential of women’s football, but will send a message to young players around the world that there is no limit to what they can achieve.”