In the 2028 world Cup, the United States will host the tournament, which will be the second-ever in the history of the tournament and is being organised in partnership with the US Soccer Federation.
There will be 11 teams competing in the 2026 tournament, but in 2028 there will be a maximum of eight teams participating.
The four teams that will make up the quarter-final and semi-final squads are the United Kingdom, Australia, Mexico and Germany.
There are a number of familiar faces from the previous two tournaments that will be back in the tournament for the first time since 2010, including the world champion Germany and the host Argentina.
The 2026 world cup is being held in front of a sellout crowd at Wembley Stadium in London, England, and the 2027 will take place in the United Arab Emirates, which hosts the 2022 World Cup.
The US Soccer Association will be running the tournament from 2028, with the FIFA president Sepp Blatter taking over as FIFA President in 2029.
The tournament will kick off on September 13, 2028 and the final will take a place on December 12, 2029, after which the tournament will conclude.
The 2022 World Cups were held in Russia and Qatar, and in 2019, the 2019 FIFA World Cup was held in Brazil.
The 2020 and 2022 World Casts have been played in Russia, which hosted the 2018 and 2022 tournaments, respectively.
Here is a look at the most recognisably American World Cup players in the new year: United States World Cup mascot Nancy Pelosi Sue Ogburn (2028) (Image credit: AP) A popular actor and hostess, Nancy Pelosi is the undisputed most recognizable female World Cup mascot in the US.
She is best known for her role as Nancy, a young, feisty and very popular New York City schoolteacher who works at a New York subway station.
Liz Cheney (2019) (Photo credit: Getty Images) Lois Cheney is the new US Women’s national soccer team captain.
The first player to join the squad is US midfielder Liz Cheney, a two-time FIFA Women’s World Cup winner.
Dakota Johnson (2020)