TORONTO—The soccer federations of Canada, the United States, and Mexico are making good progress to submit their joint bid to host the 2026 World Cup. At an event prior to the MLS Cup final between Toronto FC and Seattle Sounders, the three federation presidents and bid director touted the infrastructure and financial windfall potential for FIFA, soccer’s organizing body. The “United 2026” bid aims to put on the first World Cup across three countries. The lone competition comes from Morocco.
Toronto FC midfielder Michael Bradley raises the trophy as Toronto FC celebrate their victory over the Seattle Sounders in MLS Cup in Toronto on Dec. 9, 2017. (The Canadian Press/ Frank Gunn)TORONTO—Toronto FC made history by becoming the first Canadian team to win MLS Cup and the first to win three trophies in a single season at BMO Field on Dec. 9. The Reds’ journey to glory has been a long and difficult one—they didn’t make the playoffs in their first eight years as a MLS franchise.
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final #MLSCup thoughts: helped being battle-tested in reaching final - #TFC were, #Sounders not so much (East >> West); 1 of Osorio's' best performances - can become a #CanMNT great; easy day at the office for Bono compared to #CrewSC#RBNY; Bradley got my MVP vote
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Selecting a term
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