Check out all the matches, stadiums, and kick-off times for Concacaf Gold Cup, including the knockout bracket.
What is the Gold Cup?
The Gold Cup is the top men's competition for national teams from North and Central America and the Caribbean -- including the United States, Mexico, and Canada. The 16-team tournament will kick off from June 24 and culminate with the July 16 final at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.
Thirteen teams (including invited side Qatar) were announced earlier in the spring, with three more teams -- Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Kitts & Nevis -- qualifying June 20 in a preliminary round held at DRV PNK Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Who are the teams in the Gold Cup?
The 16 slots were divided into four groups of four teams. Each side will play its group opponents and the top two will each advance. The competition moves on to a knockout format, with quarterfinals, semifinals and a final.
Group A: Jamaica, Saint Kitts & Nevis, Trinidad & Tobago, United States
Group B: Honduras, Haiti, Mexico, Qatar
Group C: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Martinique, Panama
Group D: Canada, Cuba, Guadeloupe, Guatemala
The roster for the USMNT was announced on June 12 and will be heavy on MLS players.
Which stadiums will host Gold Cup matches?
Fourteen stadiums across 13 U.S. cities, along with one in Toronto, will be used to host the matches.
The final is set for July 16 at SoFi Stadium.
The two semifinals will take place at San Diego's Snapdragon Stadium and Las Vegas' Allegiant Stadium, both on July 12. The four quarterfinal matches will take place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, and Cincinnati's TQL Stadium.
The group stage stadiums include:
Bank of America; Charlotte, North Carolina
Soldier Field; Chicago
DRV PNK Stadium; Fort Lauderdale, Florida
State Farm Stadium; Glendale, Arizona
Red Bull Arena; Harrison, New Jersey
NRG Stadium; Houston
ShellEnergy Stadium; Houston
Levi's Stadium; Santa Clara, California
CityPark; Saint Louis, Missouri
BMO Field; Toronto
Didn't the USMNT just win the Nations League? What's the difference?
The USMNT defeated Canada 2-0 in Las Vegas on June 18 in the Concacaf Nations League final, defending the title it won over Mexico in the inaugural edition in 2021. The USMNT are also defending Gold Cup champions, having defeated Mexico 1-0 in extra time in 2021.
The Nations League involves all 41 members of the region -- separated into four "leagues" -- allowing them to move up (or down) based on performances and results. While the four teams from the top "League A" are the only ones that compete for a trophy, it provides all squads with competitive matches throughout the year. It also serves as a qualifier for the Gold Cup.
The Gold Cup, the older of the two tournaments, involves only the top 16 teams from the region, although this year's edition has 15 Concacaf teams and invited guest Qatar.
2023 Gold Cup knockout stage
Sunday, July 16, 2023 - Final
Mexico 1-0 Panama - SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA
2023 Gold Cup group stage (previously completed)
Saturday, June 24, 2023 - Group A
United States 1-1 Jamaica - Soldier Field, Chicago, IL
Sunday, June 25, 2023 - Groups A and B
Trinidad & Tobago 3-0 Saint Kitts & Nevis - DRV PNK Stadium, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Haiti 2-1 Qatar - NRG Stadium, Houston, TX
Mexico 4-0 Honduras - NRG Stadium, Houston, TX
Sunday, July 2, 2023 - Groups A and B
United States 6-0 Trinidad & Tobago - Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC
Jamaica 5-0 Saint Kitts & Nevis - Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, CA
Honduras 2-1 Haiti - Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC
Mexico 0-1 Qatar - Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, CA
Tuesday, July 4, 2023 - Groups C and D
Guadeloupe 2-3 Guatemala - Red Bull Arena, Harrison, NJ
Canada 4-2 Cuba - Shell Energy Stadium, Houston, TX
Costa Rica 6-4 Martinique - Red Bull Arena, Harrison, NJ
Panama 2-2 El Salvador - Shell Energy Stadium, Houston, TX