2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup Tournament

The biennial international men's football championship of the North, Central American, and Caribbean region all the details that you need to know ahead of the tournament

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The 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup will be the 15th edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup. The Host process for the tournament locations selected for the United States, with Costa Rica and Jamaica. 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup Tournament process began officially in On since 2005 with 12teams but Feb 2018, CONCACAF announced 4 more teams from 12 to 16.

The United States, Costa Rica and Jamaica, host 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup

Concacaf Gold Cup Soccer Tournament

The Gold Cup is held every two years Where United States (6th title) is Current champions and Mexico (7 titles) is the most successful team of the tournament. The soccer tournament will primarily be hosted in the United State, Costa Rica and Jamaica in the 17 Venue of 16 host cities. The first competition held in 1991 with the United States. This is the only men’s national football teams competition. It will be playing from 15 June to 7 July in 16 host cities between North, Central American, and Caribbean region football teams.

A total of 16 teams playing 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup including top four teams of the September 2018 CONCACAF Ranking Index. Games played across 17 different venues in 16 host cities and where 15 is the US, 1 in Costa Rica and 1 venue in Jamaica selected for the tournament. Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California is the largest capacity stadium with 90,888 seats and Children’s Mercy Park stadium, Kansas City, Kansas is the lowest capacity stadium with 18,467 seats of the tournament.

In the first of two CONCACAF Gold Cup tune-up matches, the US men’s national team returns to Washington D.C. to meet Jamaica Football Team on Wednesday night at Audi Field.

2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup Teams

Group A Group B Group C Group D
Mexico Costa Rica (H) Honduras United States (H)
Canada Haiti Jamaica (H) Panama
Martinique Nicaragua El Salvador Trinidad and Tobago
Cuba Bermuda Curaçao Guyana

2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup Venues | Host Cities

Venues Stadiums or Host Cities Capacity
United State
Rose Bowl | Pasadena, California 90,888
Broncos Stadium at Mile High | Denver 76,125
NRG Stadium | Houston 71,795
BBVA Compass Stadium | Houston 22,039
Bank of America Stadium | Charlotte 75,525
Lincoln Financial Field | Philadelphia 69,176
Nissan Stadium | Nashville 69,143
FirstEnergy Stadium | Cleveland 67,895
State Farm Stadium | Glendale, Arizona 63,400
Soldier Field | Glendale, Arizona 61,500
Red Bull Arena | Harrison, New Jersey 25,000
Banc of California Stadium | Los Angeles 22,000
Toyota Stadium | Frisco, Texas 20,500
Allianz Field | Saint Paul, Minnesota 19,400
Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, Kansas 18,467
Costa Rica
Nacional de Costa Rica | San José 35,175
Jamaica
Independence Park | Kingston 35,000

The first match will be playing between Canada vs Martinique on 15 June 2019 at Rose Bowl, Pasadena stadium. The schedule of whole 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup Tournament between 15 June to 7 July 2019, where Final match playing at Soldier Field, Chicago.

CONCACAF TV Broadcasting

All matches broadcast rights have given selected countries television channels.

  • Canada – TSN (English), RDS (French)
  • United States – FOX Sports (English), Univision (Spanish)
  • Costa Rica– Repretel Teletica
  • Cuba– TBA
  • El Salvador– TCS
  • Guatemala– TBA
  • Haiti– TBA
  • Honduras– Televicentro (Spanish)
  • Jamaica– TBA
  • Mexico– TV Azteca, Televisa, TDN (Spanish)
  • Nicaragua– TBA
  • Panama – TBA
  • Netherlands – Fox Sports
  • Portugal – Sport TV
  • United Kingdom – FreeSports

2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup Fixtures schedule

2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup Groups and Teams

Group A

15 June 2019

  • Canada vs Martinique– Rose Bowl, Pasadena | 19:30
  • Mexico vs Cuba– Rose Bowl, Pasadena | 22:00

19 June 2019

  • Cuba vs Martinique– Broncos Stadium at Mile High, Denver | 20:00
  • Mexico vs Canada– Broncos Stadium at Mile High, Denver | | 22:30

23 June 2019

  • Canada vs Cuba- Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte | 18:00
  • Martinique vs Cuba – Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte | 20:30

Group B

16 June 2019

  • Haiti vs Bermuda – Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica, San José | 18:00
  • Costa Rica vs Nicaragua – Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica, San José | 20:30

20 June 2019

  • Nicaragua vs Haiti – Toyota Stadium, Frisco | 19:00
  • Costa Rica vs Bermuda – Toyota Stadium, Frisco | 21:30

24 June 2019

  • Bermuda vs Nicaragua – Red Bull Arena, Harrison | 18:30
  • Haiti vs Costa Rica – Red Bull Arena, Harrison | 21:00

Group C

17 June 2019

  • Curaçao vs El Salvador – Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica, San José | 19:00
  • Jamaica vs Honduras– Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica, San José | 21:30

21 June 2019

  • El Salvador vs Jamaica – BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston | 19:00
  • Honduras vs Curaçao – BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston | 21:30

25 June 2019

  • Jamaica vs Curaçao– Banc of California Stadium, Los Angeles | 20:00
  • Honduras vs El Salvador – Banc of California Stadium, Los Angeles | 22:30

Group D

18 June 2019

  • Panama vs Trinidad and Tobago – Allianz Field, Saint Paul | 19:30
  • United States vs Guyana– Allianz Field, Saint Paul | 22:00

22 June 2019

  • Guyana vs Panama– FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland | 17:30
  • United States vs Trinidad and Tobago – FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland | 20:00

26 June 2019

  • Trinidad and Tobago vs Guyana– Children’s Mercy Park, Kansas City | 18:30
  • Panama vs United States – Children’s Mercy Park, Kansas City | 21:00

Quarter-finals

29 June 2019

  • Winner Group B vs Runner-up Group A– NRG Stadium, Houston | 19:00
  • Winner Group A vs Runner-up Group B – NRG Stadium, Houston | 22:00

30 June 2019

  • Winner Group C and Runner-up Group D– Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia | 17:30
  • Winner Group D vs Runner-up Group C – Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia| 20:30

Semi-Finals

2 July 2019

  • Winner Match 25 vs Winner Match 26– State Farm Stadium, Glendale | 22:30

3 July 2019

  • Winner Match 27 vs Winner Match 28 – Nissan Stadium, Nashville | 21:30

Finals (7 July 2019)

Winner Match 29 vs Winner Match 30 – Soldier Field, Chicago | 21:15

Past winners of the CONCACAF Gold Cup

  • Mexico– 7 (1993, 1996, 1998, 2003, 2009, 2011, 2015)
  • United States- 6 (1991, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2013, 2017)
  • Canada- 1 (2000)

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