The United States Soccer Federation has announced the final venues for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
The USSF announced on Wednesday that the 2018 Confederations Cup stadium in Brazil will host next year’s event, while the 2018 Pan American Games stadium in Venezuela will host in 2022.
The 2018 FIFA Confederations’ Cup will be held in the same venue in Russia, while FIFA’s next World Cup in Russia will be played in St. Petersburg, Russia, the venue for the 2020 tournament.
All three stadiums are in Russia.
The venues will also be home to the 2018 Women’s World Cup and the 2018 European Championships.
USSF CEO Dan Flynn called the announcements a “major milestone” for the future of the World Cup, but he declined to say what the exact financial terms will be.
The stadium announcements come just weeks after the 2018 Gold Cup, when FIFA said the 2019 World Cup would take place in Los Angeles.