World Cup Soccer – 27 Cities Left

Stadiums, and their capacity left, on the list for future U.S. World Cups bids, according to the Seattle Post Intelligencer

Atlanta
Georgia Dome
71,250

Baltimore
M & T Bank Stadium
71,008

Boston
Gillette Stadium
71,693

Charlotte
Bank of America Stadium
73,778

Chicago
Soldier Field
61,000

Cleveland
Cleveland Browns Stadium
72,000

Dallas
Cotton Bowl
89,000

Dallas
Cowboys Stadium
100,000

Denver
INVESCO Field
76,125

Detroit
Ford Field
67,188

Detroit
Michigan Stadium
108,000

Houston
Reliant Stadium
71,500

Indianapolis
Lucas Oil Stadium
64,200

Jacksonville, Fla.
Jacksonville Municipal Stadium
82,000

Kansas City
Arrowhead Stadium
77,000

Los Angeles
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
93,607

Los Angeles
Rose Bowl
92,000+

Miami
Land Shark Stadium
75,540

Nashville
LP Field
69,143

New York/N.J.
New Meadowlands Stadium
82,000

Oakland
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
63,026

Orlando
Florida Citrus Bowl
65,616

Philadelphia
Lincoln Financial Field
67,594

Phoenix/Glendale
University of Phoenix Stadium
71,000

San Diego
Qualcomm Stadium
70,500

San Francisco
Stanford Stadium
50,500

Seattle
Qwest Field
67,000

Seattle
Husky Stadium
72,500

St. Louis
Edward Jones Dome
67,268

Tampa
Raymond James Stadium
65,856

Washington, D.C.
RFK Stadium
45,600

Washington, D.C.
FedExField

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