How to Get Involved

Show the world you want the 2026 World Cup in Kansas City! Your generous gift will help us grow the game by bringing soccer into disadvantaged neighborhoods.

The KC2026 World Cup Bid falls under the auspices of a 501 (c)3 charitable organization.

A donation of $5.26 will provide a soccer ball to a disadvantaged child. A donation of $20.26 provides more needed equipment that will help support growing more urban youth teams. A gift of $200.26 earns you a limited-edition KC2026 scarf!

Your Generous Gift Will Help Us Grow the Game.

Upcoming Events

Gold Cup doubleheader on June 26

USMNT vs. Panama

The 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup group stage will conclude in Kansas City on June 26 with a doubleheader at Children’s Mercy Park featuring a match-up between the reigning champion U.S. Men’s National Team versus 2018 FIFA World Cup participant Panama, as well as Gold Cup debutant Guyana against Caribbean rival Trinidad and Tobago.

News

KC2026 to Host Women’s World Cup Watch Parties at KCP&L District

The Kansas City 2026 FIFA World CupTM Bid today announced it has partnered with the Kansas City Power & Light District to host free Women’s World Cup watch parties in June and July at KC Live! and No Other Pub in the Power & Light District. The Kansas City Sports Commission and Foundation, FOX4, the…

USA Today: Predicting the final 16 host cities for the 2026 FIFA World Cup

The 2026 World Cup is coming to North America. After months of speculation and competition with Morocco’s bid, the joint “United 2026” bid of U.S., Canada and Mexico was awarded Wednesday with the hosting rights to the expanded 48-team World Cup in 2026. Upon being awarded with the World Cup, the United 2026 organizing committee unveiled…

New streetcar arrives as anticipation grows for Main Street extension

The Kansas City Streetcar opened to riders in March 2016 with some big promises. Three years later, a fifth car has arrived on the tracks, and another car is due late this summer to keep up with demand and help decrease wait times. Click here to visit KSHB.com for the full story on how Kansas…