Back in December, cities and venues for the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup group stage were revealed and finalized. We found out that the USA would play their three group matches in Nashville, Tampa, and Cleveland. While Mexico would play in San Diego, Denver, and San Antonio.
In addition to the group stage matches, venues and locations were announced for the knockout rounds, but not assigned a specific round. Those cities are:
Bay Area -- Levi's Stadium (Santa Clara, California)
Dallas -- AT&T Stadium (Arlington, Texas)
Los Angeles -- Rose Bowl (Pasadena, California)
Philadelphia -- Lincoln Financial Field
Phoenix -- University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, Arizona)
CONCACAF president Victor Montagliani announced in early February that Levi’s Stadium would host the Gold Cup final. The same venue where the USA opened the 2016 Copa America Centenario against Colombia.
On Tuesday, the rest of the knockout venues were assigned a round.
Philadelphia and Phoenix will host Gold Cup quarterfinal doubleheaders, Pasadena and Arlington, TX will each host a semifinal.— Steven Goff (@SoccerInsider) February 14, 2017
While using some common sense, you’d expect the USA to end up in Philadelphia if they advance past the group stage, with Mexico playing in Phoenix. The semifinals could be either/or.
If you’re planning on road trips this summer, here’s the best information available currently. Exact team/venue information won’t be available until the match-ups are made after the group stage.