A draw to determine which teams will fall into different groups will happen on Friday
Concacaf recently announced that the Gold Cup will be hosted in Fifteen sites from June 24 to July 16. The tournament will be compromised of 16 nations and it will happen in Cincinnati, St Louis and San Diego. This is the first time that Cincinnati will host this event.
In October, the Confederation of North and Central American and Caribbean Association Football confirmed that they will use the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. This site will be used for the final. It’s another first-time site. Some of the other new sites include San Diego’s Snapdragon Stadium, St Louis’ Citypark Stadium and Cincinnati’s TQL Stadium.
Sites include BMO Field in Toronto, Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California; DRV PNK Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina; Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas; NRG Stadium and Shell Energy Stadium in Houston; Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey; Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey; State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona and Solider Field in Chicago.
The defending champions of this tournament is the United States and while Qatar is one of the invited guests. The nations include Panama, Nicaragua, Mexico, Jamaica, Honduras, Haiti, Guatemala, El Salvador, Cuba, Costa Rica and Canada.
In June, Concacaf will hold preliminary-round games to determine three additional teams.
A draw to determine which teams will fall into different groups will happen on Friday.