Seattle will host six games in the upcoming 2026 FIFA Men's World Cup.

Four will feature group stage matches, including one of the USA’s group stage games. Seattle will also host two knockout stages in the expanded round of 32 teams and the round of 16.

USA v Germany: Group G - 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil
USA v Germany: Group Stage- 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil
Philipp Lahm of Germany is challenged by Clint Dempsey (L) and Alejandro Bedoya of the USA CREDIT: Michael Steele/Getty Images


Here are the 2026 World Cup dates scheduled for Seattle’s Lumen Field

June 15th, 2026 (Monday) - Group Stage

June 19th, 2026 (Friday) - USA Group Stage

June 24th, 2026 (Wednesday) - Group Stage

June 26th, 2026 (Friday) - Group Stage

July 1st, 2026 (Wednesday) - Knockout Round of 32

July 6th, 2026 (Monday) - Knockout Round of 16


Want tickets to the 2026 FIFA Men’s World Cup in Seattle?

Register on FIFA's website.

After registering, FIFA said it will keep you up to date with the latest ticket news and information to get World Cup tickets. 


The times that Seattle hosted World Cup Qualifying and Gold Cup Matches


October 20th, 1976 - CONCACAF qualifying (For the 1978 World Cup)

USA versus Canada - Seattle’s Kingdome

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July 7th, 2005 -  2005 Gold Cup group stage - Seattle’s Qwest Field (doubleheader)

Canada versus Costa Rica

USA versus Cuba


July 9th, 2005 - 2005 Gold Cup group state - Seattle’s Qwest Field

Cuba versus Costa Rica

USA versus Canada


July 4th, 2009 - 2009 Gold Cup group stage - Seattle’s Qwest Field (doubleheader)

Honduras versus Haiti

USA versus Grenada

June 11th, 2013 - CONCACAF qualifying for the 2014 World Cup)

USA versus Panama - Seattle’s Century Link Field



July 11th, 2013 - 2013 Gold Cup group stage - Seattle’s Century Link Field (doubleheader) 

Panama versus Martinique

Mexico versus Canada

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