The Gold Cup is coming back in 2017 and Dallas will play host two three games. FC Dallas’ Toyota Stadium will host a Group A double header as part of the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup on Friday, July 14.
Dallas area will also get a knockout round game at AT&T Stadium.
Right now the games at Toyota Stadium have not been set as far as who will be playing who but we do know that the United States and Mexico will not be coming here for a group stage game. Those two will be going elsewhere since they have been seeded in Groups B and C respectively.
To date, seven of the twelve national teams scheduled to participate have qualified for next year’s tournament: Canada, Mexico and the United States from North America, as well as Curacao, French Guiana, Jamaica, and Martinique, from the Caribbean, will compete for the Confederation crown in July.
Three additional Caribbean nations, Haiti, Suriname and Trinidad & Tobago, have qualified for an additional series of matches in January, the winner of which will face-off next year in a two-leg playoff against the fifth-place team from the UNAF Central American Cup to determine the final participant in the 2017 Gold Cup.
2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup Host Cities & Venues
Group A – To be determined
Group B – United States
Group C – Mexico
Group Stage Venues:
July 7, Group A – NY/NJ – Red Bull Arena (Harrison, NJ)
July 8, Group B – Nashville – Nissan Stadium (Nashville, TN)
July 9, Group C – San Diego – Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego, CA)
July 11, Group A – Houston – BBVA Compass Stadium (Houston, TX)
July 12, Group B – Tampa Bay – Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, FL)
July 13, Group C – Denver – Sports Authority Field (Denver, CO)
July 14, Group A – Dallas – Toyota Stadium (Frisco, TX)
July 15, Group B – Cleveland – FirstEnergy Stadium (Cleveland, OH)
July 16, Group C – San Antonio – Alamodome (San Antonio, TX)
Knockout Round Venues (alphabetical order by city):
Bay Area – Levi’s Stadium (Santa Clara, CA)
Dallas – AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX)
Los Angeles – Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)
Philadelphia – Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA)
Phoenix – University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, AZ)