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2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup
June 18, 2019 - July 18, 2019
The Gold Cup is a men’s football competition for international sides from CONCACAF, the football confederation of North America (including Central America and the Caribbean). First held in 1963, the current holders are the USA who defeated Jamaica in the 2017 Final. The Gold Cup is held every 2 years, usually in July. The 2019 Gold Cup is taking place between the 15th June and 7th July 2019.
Where is the Gold Cup?
The 2019 Gold Cup is primarily being hosted by the USA, with Costa Rica and Jamaica hosting double headers in the group stages. Matches are being played at the following venues:
- Pasadena, California – Rose Bowl (Capacity – 90,888)
- Denver – Broncos Stadium at Mile High (Capacity – 76,125)
- Houston – NRG Stadium (Capacity – 71,795)
- Houston – BBVA Compass Stadium (Capacity – 22,039)
- Charlotte – Bank of America Stadium (Capacity – 75,525)
- Philadelphia – Lincoln Financial Field (Capacity – 69,176)
- Nashville – Nissan Stadium (Capacity – 69,143)
- Cleveland – FirstEnergy Stadium (Capacity – 67,895)
- Glendale, Arizona – State Farm Stadium (Capacity – 63,400)
- Chicago – Soldier Field (Capacity – 61,500)
- Harrison, New Jersey – Red Bull Arena (Capacity – 25,000)
- Los Angeles – Banc of California Stadium (Capacity – 22,000)
- Frisco, Texas – Toyota Stadium (Capacity – 20,500)
- Saint Paul, Minnesota – Allianz Field (Capacity – 19,400)
- Kansas City, Kansas – Children’s Mercy Park (Capacity – 18,467)
- San José – Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica (Capacity – 35,175)
- Kingston – Independence Park (Capacity – 35,000)
The Final will be held at Soldier Field on the 7th July 2019.
Who is competing in the Gold Cup?
Six teams qualified after participating in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying Hexagonal (Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, Honduras, USA and Trinidad & Tobago), whilst the remaining 10 qualified through the CONCACAF Nations League qualifying (Haiti, Canada, Martinique, Curaçao, Bermuda, Cuba, Guyana, Jamaica, Nicaragua and El Salvador).
15th June (19:30) – Canada 4-0 Martinique (Rose Bowl, Pasadena)
15th June (22:00) – Mexico 7-0 Cuba (Rose Bowl, Pasadena)
19th June (20:00) – Cuba 0-3 Martinique (Broncos Stadium at Mile High, Denver)
19th June (22:30) – Mexico 3-1 Canada (Broncos Stadium at Mile High, Denver)
23rd June (18:00) – Canada 7-0 Cuba (Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte)
23rd June (20:30) – Martinique 2-3 Mexico (Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte)
16th June (18:00) – Haiti 2-1 Bermuda (Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica, San José)
16th June (20:30) – Costa Rica 4-0 Nicaragua (Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica, San José)
20th June (19:00) – Nicaragua 0-2 Haiti (Toyota Stadium, Frisco)
20th June (21:30) – Costa Rica 2-1 Bermuda (Toyota Stadium, Frisco)
24th June (18:30) – Bermuda 2-0 Nicaragua (Red Bull Arena, Harrison)
24th June (21:00) – Haiti 2-1 Costa Rica (Red Bull Arena, Harrison)
17th June (19:00) – Curaçao 0-1 El Salvador (Independence Park, Kingston)
17th June (21:30) – Jamaica 3-2 Honduras (Independence Park, Kingston)
21st June (19:00) – El Salvador 0-0 Jamaica (BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston)
21st June (21:30) – Honduras 0-1 Curaçao (BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston)
25th June (20:00) – Jamaica 1-1 Curaçao (Banc of California Stadium, Los Angeles)
25th June (22:30) – Honduras 4-0 El Salvador (Banc of California Stadium, Los Angeles)
18th June (19:30) – Panama 2-0 Trinidad and Tobago (Allianz Field, Saint Paul)
18th June (22:00) – USA 4-0 Guyana (Allianz Field, Saint Paul)
22nd June (17:30) – Guyana 2-4 Panama (FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland)
22nd June (20:00) – USA 6-0 Trinidad and Tobago (FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland)
26th June (18:30) – Trinidad and Tobago 1-1 Guyana (Children’s Mercy Park, Kansas City)
26th June (21:00) – Panama 0-1 USA (Children’s Mercy Park, Kansas City)
29th June (19:00) – Haiti v Canada (NRG Stadium, Houston)
29th June (22:00) – Mexico v Costa Rica (NRG Stadium, Houston)
30th June (17:30) – Jamaica v Panama (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia)
30th June (20:30) – USA v Curaçao (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia)
2nd July (22:30) – Winner Quarter-final 1 v Winner Quarter-final 2 (State Farm Stadium, Glendale)
3rd July (21:30) – Winner Quarter-final 3 v Winner Quarter-final 4 (Nissan Stadium, Nashville)
7th July (21:15) – Winner Semi-final 1 v Winner Semi-final 2 (Soldier Field, Chicago)
How do I get there?
The majority of the host venues are served by international airports, each with links to many world destinations.
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How do I get tickets to the Gold Cup?
Tickets for the 2019 Gold Cup are now on general sale and can be purchased through the official ticketing website here.
Where and when is the next Gold Cup?
The hosts for the 2021 Gold Cup has yet to be decided, with questions being asked whether the tournament will even continue after 2019.
Official Website: www.goldcup.org