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Gold Cup announces USMNT group stages venues, knockout stage venues

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It’ll be a Midwest swang.

Soccer: 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup -USA at Jamaica Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Today, CONCACAF announced the venues and dates for the 2019 Gold Cup, including which groups will contain some of the top seeds in the Gold Cup. The United States, who are the hosts for next summer’s regional tournament, will be placed in Group D and will be in the Midwest for the entirety of the group stage.

The defending Gold Cup champions after winning it all in 2017, the USMNT will begin the tournament at Allianz Field in St. Paul Minnesota on June 18th, confirming earlier reports. Their second group stage match will be in Cleveland at FirstEnergy Stadium on June 22nd. They complete group stage play on June 26th at Children’s Mercy Park in Kansas City.

Houston and Philadelphia will be the sites for the quarterfinals, while the semifinals will be in Nashville and Glendale, Arizona. The final will take place at Soldier Field in Chicago on July 7th, which will be a pretty big soccer date.

The complete schedule for the 2019 Gold Cup:

Group A (Mexico)
June 15 - Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA
June 19 - Broncos Stadium at Mile High, Denver
June 23 - Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte

Group B (Costa Rica)
June 16 - TBD
June 20 - Toyota Stadium, Frisco, TX
June 24 - Red Bull Arena, Harrison, NJ

Group C (Honduras)
June 17 - TBD
June 21 - BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston
June 25 - Banc of California Stadium, Los Angeles

Group D (United States)
June 18 - Allianz Field, St. Paul, MN
June 22 - FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland
June 26 - Children’s Mercy Park, Kansas City

Quarterfinals
June 29 - NRG Stadium, Houston (QF1 - 2A vs. 1C, QF2 - 1A vs. 2C)
June 30 - Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia (QF3 - 2B vs. 1D, QF4 - 1B vs. 2D)

Semifinals
July 2 - State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ (Winner QF1 vs. Winner QF2)
July 3 - Nissan Stadium, Nashville (Winner QF3 vs. Winner QF4)

Final
July 7 - Soldier Field, Chicago