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Experienced suppliers seeking to provide temporary infrastructure and overlay goods and services for the 2026 FIFA World Cup – a 16-city event that concludes at MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands – can now register their interest online.  

The FIFA World Cup will spotlight 48 teams from all over the world in a tournament that includes 104 matches in the U.S., Canada and Mexico between June 11 and July 19, 2026. The World Cup Final will be played on July 19 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford. 

BaAM Productions, a company that specializes in high-profile sports and entertainment events has been chosen by FWC2026’s Infrastructure and Technical Services team to deliver temporary infrastructure to all 16 stadiums. Potential suppliers can submit an initial expression of interest (EOI) to BaAM regarding infrastructure and overlay goods and services online here. 

The EOI is designed to collect interest, information, capability, references and details from the North American and International supplier community. As part of a transparent, competitive tender process, qualifying suppliers for each commodity or service package will subsequently receive the associated RFP package over the coming months. 

The types of goods and services that are needed include:  

  • Audio (e.g. outdoor/indoor PA systems, truss, staging/decks) 
  • Cabins & Modular Buildings (e.g. mobile office trailers, ground-level offices, guard booths) 
  • Carpentry Services (e.g. masking, framing, wall infills, door plugs) 
  • Concrete Barriers (K-Rail, Jersey Barriers, etc.) 
  • Containers (e.g. dry storage, refrigerated storage, etc.) 
  • Custom Millwork (e.g specialty desks, cabinets, partition walls, etc.) 
  • Drape (e.g Velour, banjo, uprights, bases, etc.) 
  • Engineering Services (e.g. structural, mechanical, electrical) 
  • Fencing (e.g. temporary panel fence, chain link fence, anti-climb/riot fence) 
  • Floor Coverings (e.g. temporary carpet, vinyl, rubber matting, artificial turf) 
  • General Contracting Services (e.g. groundworks, building modifications, etc.) 
  • Ground Protection (e.g. temporary heavy equipment pathways, grass protection mats, etc.) 
  • Health & Safety Planning & Management (e.g. site H&S program planning and execution) 
  • Heavy Equipment (e.g. forklifts, boom lifts, portable light towers, etc.) 
  • HVAC (e.g. temporary portable cooling systems and equipment) 
  • HVM Barriers (e.g. crash-rated barriers, bollards, etc.) 
  • Life Safety Equipment (e.g. temporary illuminated exit signs, smoke alarms, fire extinguishers, etc.) 
  • Lighting – Broadcast Lighting (e.g. press conference rooms, truss, staging/decks, etc.) 
  • Lighting – Safety Lighting (e.g. interior pathways, emergency lighting, etc.) 
  • Lightning Protection (e.g. lighting protection for temporary structures) 
  • Media/Aux Press Desks (e.g. media desks, commentator desks, supporting platforms) 
  • Modular Wall Systems (temporary partitions, walls, doors, ceilings, etc.) 
  • Permitting Services (e.g. permit expediter services) 
  • Platforms (e.g camera platforms, elevated platforms) 
  • Portable Sanitation (e.g. portalets, washroom trailers, handwash stations, etc.) 
  • Rigging (e.g. motors, hoists, fall arrest, etc.) 
  • Scaffolding (e.g. cable bridges, scaffold platforms, scaffold support structures, etc.) 
  • Tents (e.g pole tents, clearspan structures, 2-story structures, frame tents, canopies, etc.)