It’s Gold Cup time once again, with the USA hosting the bulk of the tournament, joined by Jamaica and Costa Rica, which will both host two games each. Here’s how the groups ended up:
|GROUP A||GROUP B||GROUP C||GROUP D|
|Mexico||Costa Rica||Honduras||United States|
|Martinique||Nicaragua||El Salvador||Trinidad and Tobago|
Group A opens with Canada vs. Martinique and Mexico vs. Cuba at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on June 15. It continues June 19 at Mile High Stadium in Denver and concludes June 23 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.
Group B begins with Haiti vs. Bermuda and Costa Rica vs. Nicaragua on June 16 at Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica in San José, Costa Rica. It continues at Toyota Stadium in Frisco on June 20 and ends at Red Bull Arena in Harrison.
Group C opens on June 17 with Curaçao vs. El Salvador and Jamaica vs. Honduras at Independence Park in Kingston, Jamaica. It moves on to BBVA Compass in Houston on June 21 and finishes at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles on June 25.
Group D starts with Panama vs. Trinidad and Tobago and the United States vs. Guyana on June 18 at Allianz Field in Saint Paul. It continues at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland on June 22 and wraps up on June 26 at Children’s Mercy Park in Kansas City.
The quarterfinals begin June 29, with Group A vs. Group B at Houston’s NRG Stadium. Group C vs. Group D takes place June 30 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.
The semifinal for Group A and Group B teams takes place July 2 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, while the semifinal for Group C and Group D is July 3 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville.
The 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup final will be held July 7 at Soldier Field in Chicago.
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