Find out when the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup is scheduled to take place, where it is being held and all 16 qualified nations.
Who are the CONCACAF Gold Cup holders?
United States. They beat Jamaica 2-1 in the final in Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara in July 2017. Jordan Morris scored an 88th-minute winner.
Who is hosting the CONCACAF Gold Cup?
The finals are being primarily hosted by the United States, with Costa Rica and Jamaica also holding one double-header match day.
Who qualified for the CONCACAF Gold Cup?
Trinidad and Tobago
What are the host cities?
Through the group stage and quarterfinals, each host venue will host back-to-back double header fixtures on one day.
Rose Bowl, Pasadena
Broncos Stadium at Mile High, Denver
Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte
Toyota Stadium, Frisco
Red Bull Arena, Harrison
BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston
Banc of California Stadium, Los Angeles
Allianz Field, Saint Paul
FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland
Children's Mercy Park, Kansas City
NRG Stadium, Houston
Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
State Farm Stadium, Glendale
Nissan Stadium, Nashville
Soldier Field, Chicago
Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica, San Jose (Group B)
Independence Park, Kingston (Group C)
Has the group stage draw been made?
Yes, here are the groups and you can check out all CONCACAF Gold Cup fixtures here.
Trinidad & Tobago
When does the CONCACAF Gold Cup start?
The opening match at the Rose Bowl, Pasadena is on June 15.
Who qualifies from the group stage?
The top two teams in each of the four groups will go through to the quarterfinals.
When is the CONCACAF Gold Cup final?
The final will be held at Soldier Field in Chicago on July 7.