Host Cities in the U.S. for the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup to be Unveiled This Week

The new Banc of California Stadium for Gold Cup 2019

The new Banc of California Stadium for Gold Cup 2019

Miami (Monday, May 14, 2018) – The selected host cities for the upcoming Concacaf Gold Cup in 2019 will be rolled out over the course of this week, beginning, Monday, May 14. 

Each of the selected U.S.-based markets set to host games at the historic 15th edition of the Concacaf      Gold Cup will introduce themselves via press releases and media activations in their respective markets. 

Stay tuned during the week for announcements each day of the host cities.

As previously announced, beginning with the 2019 edition, the Gold Cup is expanding to 16 competing nations. For the first time, the 2019 tournament will also include matches played in Central America and the Caribbean. Those cities and venues will be revealed at a later date, following this week’s announcements of U.S. host stadiums and markets. 

Taking place every two years, the Concacaf Gold Cup is the Concacaf region’s national team                           championship. Featuring some of the hemisphere’s top players, the tournament crowns the champion     from North and Central America and the Caribbean.