World Cup fever + KC Museum reopens + Downtown arts scene

Show your support for KC’s World Cup bid

Kansas City is a contender for the 2026 World Cup. As FIFA arrives in the Heart of America, show your support for Kansas City’s bid at your business and in your social media channels with a collection of visual assets now through Friday.

Social graphics are available for download here. Posters can be picked up at the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce’s office inside Union Station.

Continue your support by attending the U.S. Women’s National Team match at Children’s Mercy Park on Thursday, helping KC to achieve a sellout and creating a world-class soccer atmosphere for FIFA officials.

Follow the latest news on social media at @KC2026WorldCup and join the conversation with #KC2026. For more information on Kansas City’s bid to host the World Cup, visit KC2026.com.

The grand reopening of the beloved Kansas City Museum begins Thursday. (Image by Judith Coe.)

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