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2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup stadiums revealed, including 4 new venues

With the countdown to the 2026 World Cup now underway, this summer's Gold Cup — now just 75 days away — takes on an added significance with CONCACAF rivals the United States, Mexico and Canada all aiming for regional supremacy. 

The Gold Cup begins on June 24 and ends with the final on July 16 at SoFi Stadium in California. On Monday, CONCACAF announced the 14 other venues that'll host the 16 teams attempting to claim the region's crown (including invited guest Qatar).

SoFi Stadium has never hosted a Gold Cup match before, and the other new host venues are CITYPARK Stadium (St. Louis), Snapdragon Stadium (San Diego) and TQL Stadium (Cincinnati). AT&T Stadium (Arlington) has the largest capacity at 80K while Inter Miami's DRV PNK Stadium is the smallest at 18K.

13 nations have already qualified and the final three spots will be determined at the Gold Cup Prelims in mid-June. On Friday, the Gold Cup draw takes place at SoFi Stadium. That'll be broadcast on FS2 and TUDN at 3 p.m. ET.

The complete match schedule, including venue assignments and how to buy tickets, will follow shortly. 

2023 Gold Cup stadiums 

2023 Gold Cup stadiums

DRV PNK Stadium

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Capacity: 18,000 

Shell Energy Stadium

Houston, TX

Capacity: 22,039 


St. Louis, MO

Capacity: 22,500

Red Bull Arena

Harrison, NJ

Capacity: 25,000

TQL Stadium

Cincinnati, OH

Capacity: 26,000

BMO Field

Toronto, CAN

Capacity: 30,991

Snapdragon Stadium

San Diego, CA

Capacity: 35,000 

Allegiant Stadium

Las Vegas, NV

Capacity: 61,000

Soldier Field

Chicago, IL

Capacity: 61,500 

State Farm Stadium

Glendale, AZ

Capacity: 63,400

Levi's Stadium

Santa Clara, CA 

Capacity: 68,500 

SoFi Stadium (final) 

Inglewood, CA

Capacity: 70,000 

NRG Stadium

Houston, TX

Capacity: 72,220

Bank of America Stadium

Charlotte, NC

Capacity: 74,867

AT&T Stadium

Arlington, TX

Capacity: 80,000 

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