2023 Gold Cup Tickets & Match Schedule
The next edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup is scheduled to be played in the Summer of 2023. The United States Men's Soccer Team will return as defending champs, and the tournament should rank among the best in Gold Cup history. Information on Gold Cup tickets and '23 Gold Cup Match Schedules should be available shortly, and will be posted here as soon as its available.
CONCACAF Gold Cup Tournament
The Gold Cup is a soccer tournament played between the men's national teams that are part of CONCACAF. The CONCACAF Gold Cup is played every two years and includes the US Men's National team, the Mexican National team, as well as, the Men's national teams from Canada, Costa Rica, Jamaica, Panama and more. Fans of soccer in the United States should mark this one on their calendar, as it is one of the best tournaments in North America.
The Gold Cup has 16 men's soccer teams competing in four groups, with the winners of each group moving into the Gold Cup Quarterfinals against the runner-up team from another group. The knock out round begins in the quarters, and it takes three wins from their to be the Gold Cup champion. The best teams in the advance to the Semifinals where they are two wins from hoisting the trophy. The Gold Cup Final has been dominated by Mexico and the USA over the past few decades, which ranks them among the favorites every Gold Cup.
The Gold Cup is played in different cities across the United States. Past Gold Cup match venues include: Soldier Field (Chicago), State Farm Stadium (Glendale, AZ), Nissan Stadium (Nashville), Lincoln Financial Field (Philly), NRG Stadium (Houston), Banc of California Stadium (L.A.), Red Bull Arena (NJ), Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte), FirstEnergy Stadium (Cleveland), BBVA Compass Stadium (Houston), Toyota Stadium (Frisco), Broncos Stadium at Mile High (Denver), Allianz Field (St. Paul) and the Rose Bowl (Pasadena).
2021 Gold Cup Results
The 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup was played in the United States in June & July 2021. The Gold Cup Final was played in Las Vegas at Allegiant Stadium on August 1st, 2021. 16 teams from CONCACAF will compete in the matches, and TicketCity offered tickets for all venues, cities and teams in the 2021 Gold Cup. The champion of the 2021 Gold Cup was the US Men's National Team, who defeated Mexico in the Gold Cup Final.
CONCACAF Gold Cup Groups (2021 Tournament)
- Group A: Mexico, El Salvador, Curacao, (TBD)
- Group B: United States, Canada, Martinique, (TBD)
- Group C: Costa Rica, Jamaica, Suriname, (TBD)
- Group D: Honduras, Panama, Grenada, Qatar
2021 Gold Cup Knockout Rounds
- Quarterfinals Match 1: Winner Group D vs 2nd Place Group A
- Quarterfinals Match 2: Winner Group A vs 2nd Place Group D
- Quarterfinals Match 3: Winner Group C vs 2nd Place Group B
- Quarterfinals Match 4: Winner Group B vs 2nd Place Group C
- July 29: Semifinals Match 1: Winner Quarterfinals Match 1 vs Quarters Match 4
- July 29: Semifinals Match 2: Winner Quarterfinals Match 2 vs Quarters Match 3
- Aug 1: Gold Cup Final: Semis Winners (Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas)
Gold Cup Finals & Semifinals
The 2021 Gold Cup Semifinals will be played in Texas, on July 29th, with one being played at the brand, new Q2 Stadium in Austin and the other at NRG Stadium in Houston. The winners from the two Semifinal matches will advance to the Gold Cup Final in Las Vegas, at Allegiant Stadium, on August 1, 2021. Expect to see the United States and Mexico in the Semifinal Matches and maybe even in the Gold Cup Final. TicketCity is based in Austin, Texas so we will have expertise on both semifinal matches in our backyard.
Gold Cup Host Venues (2021 Tournament)
- Allegiant Stadium (Las Vegas, NV): Tournament Final
- AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX)
- BBVA Stadium (Houston, TX)
- Children's Mercy Park (Kansas City, KS)
- Cotton Bowl (Dallas, TX)
- DRV PNK Stadium (Fort Lauderdale, FL): Preliminary Rounds
- Exploria Stadium (Orlando, FL)
- NRG Stadium (Houston, TX): Semifinal Location
- Q2 Stadium (Austin, TX): Semifinal Location
- State Farm Stadium (Glendale, AZ)
- Toyota Stadium (Frisco, TX)