Group A venue, previously used in Gold Cup 1993, capacity of 92,100.
The Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas is a historic landmark having opened in 1930 as a 46,000-seat venue known as Fair Park Stadium. Today, the stadium has a capacity of more than 91,000-seats.
The stadium was the original home of the annual Cotton Bowl Classic from 1937 until 2009, when the game was moved to AT&T Stadium in Arlington in January 2010.
The stadium hosted six World Cup games in 1994, was the home of the Dallas Tornado (NASL; 1967–68), FC Dallas (the Dallas Burn 1996-2004, FC Dallas 2005), and hosted a match between Real Madrid and AS Roma in 2014.
The stadium has also hosted world-class entertainment. In 1956, a 21-year-old Elvis Presley attracted 27,000 fans to the stadium, at that time the largest crowd to attend an outdoor concert in Texas. In the late 1970s, the band Aerosmith recorded their first live concert in Cotton Bowl Stadium. During the 1980s, the Texxas Jam concert series in Cotton Bowl Stadium featured Bruce Springsteen, Heart, Journey, Van Halen, Santana, and the Eagles, among others.
Wednesday, July 14 – Dallas Metropolitan Area (Group A)
19:30 (18:30) Winner Prelims 9 vs El Salvador (Toyota Stadium)
21:30 (20:30) Curaçao vs Mexico (Cotton Bowl)
Sunday, July 18 – Groups A
22:00 (21:00) Mexico vs El Salvador (Cotton Bowl)