Baltimore faces an uphill battle in its race to be a host city for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. The city ranks No. 16 of the 17 potential host cities vying for a shot at the global soccer tournament headed to the U.S., said a report from 42Floors, a subsidiary of Santa Barbara, California, real estate data firm Yardi. Baltimore ranked ahead of Washington, D.C., and just behind Boston and Houston.
Here’s where Baltimore ranks in potential 2026 World Cup host cities, study shows
March 1, 2022