MIAMI – Concacaf announced Wednesday that tickets to the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup are now on sale to the general public.

Note: Tickets to the matches at Allianz Field (Saint Paul, Minn.) and Children’s Mercy Park (Kansas City, Kansas) will go on-sale at a later date.

Tickets to the Gold Cup, which crowns the best national team in North, Central America and the Caribbean, are available by visiting or calling Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000. Fans also can contact their specific venue or visit venue websites for box office hours and information.

Primesport, the official ticket hospitality and travel package partner of the 2019 Gold Cup, will offer pre-game hospitality and travel packages for select gamedays during the continental championship. Fans can learn more by visiting

The complete schedule will be announced early next year, once all nations have qualified for the Gold Cup via the Concacaf Nations League qualifier, with rounds upcoming in November and March 2019. To date, six of the 16 national teams scheduled to participate have qualified for the tournament, those being the countries that participated in the 2018 World Cup hexagonal qualifier round: Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago and the United States.

The 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup is sponsored by Allstate Insurance Company, Cerveza Modelo, Nike, Scotiabank, and Toyota. The tournament will be broadcast nationally on the Univision and FOX family of networks and transmitted on radio in Spanish by Fútbol de Primera Radio Network, and broadcast by television partners in countries around the world.

2019 Concacaf Gold Cup Host Cities & Venues 
Seeded Nations
Group A – Mexico
Group B – Costa Rica
Group C – Honduras
Group D – United States


Dates & Venues:
June 15, Group A – Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA
June 16, Group B – Non-US venue to be determined
June 17, Group C – Non-US venue to be determined
June 18, Group D – Allianz Field, Saint Paul, Minn.
June 19, Group A – Broncos Stadium at Mile High, Denver, Colo.
June 20, Group B – Toyota Stadium, Frisco, Texas
June 21, Group C – BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston, Texas
June 22, Group D – FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio
June 23, Group A – Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina
June 24, Group B – Red Bull Arena, Harrison, N.J.
June 25, Group C – Banc of California Stadium, Los Angeles, Calif.
June 26, Group D – Children’s Mercy Park, Kansas City, Kansas
June 29, Quarterfinal – NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas
June 30, Quarterfinal – Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pa.
July 2, Semifinal – State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.
July 3, Semifinal – Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tenn.
July 7, Final – Soldier Field, Chicago, Ill.

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