For the first time since 1994, The World Cup is planning to hold games in North America and one game could be held in a familiar location.
According to a new report from the Associated Press, FIFA plans to announce their World Cup host sites on Thursday, June 16.
They’ve also whittled down locales and stadiums with seventeen finalist locations across the United States.
Sixty games are to be played in the U.S. with Canada and Mexico set to host 10 games each.
Kansas City and Arrowhead Stadium remain among those finalist locations after a long bid process.
A number of locations have dropped out since 2018. Here is the full list of potential locations:
AT&T Stadium — Arlington, Texas
Mercedes-Benz Stadium – Atlanta, Georgia
M&T Bank Stadium — Baltimore, Maryland
Paul Brown Stadium — Cincinnati, Ohio
Empower Field at Mile High — Denver, Colorado
MetLife Stadium — East Rutherford, New Jersey
Gillette Stadium — Foxborough, Massachusetts
NRG Stadium — Houston, Texas
SoFi Stadium — Inglewood, California
GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium — Kansas City, Missouri
Hard Rock Stadium — Miami, Florida
Nissan Stadium — Nashville, Tennessee
Camping World Stadium — Orlando, Florida
Rose Bowl — Pasadena, California
Lincoln Financial Field — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Levi’s Stadium — Santa Clara, California
Lumen Field — Seattle, Washington
Arrowhead Stadium last played hot to an exhibition soccer match between Mexico and Paraguay in 2015.
They were scheduled to host FC Bayern Munich and AC Milan for an International Champions Cup match in 2019, but renovations forced a late location change for the game.