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Wait, does LA want to host the 2026 World Cup or not?

City leaders disagree on whether the city will put its name in the ring The Los Angeles Times is reporting that city leaders don’t agree on whether LA should host the 2026 World Cup. A representative for City Council President Herb Wesson Jr. told the Times on Thursday—an important deadline for potential host cities—that elements of the contract with Fédération Internationale de Football Association, which oversees the World Cup, didn’t make “financial sense” for the city.
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