BMO Field, Toronto, Canada
The Gold Cup returns to Canada and the BMO Field, Toronto, for the second time. The last time the stadium hosted Gold Cup was a double header in 2015.
A football-specific outdoor stadium located at Exhibition Place in Toronto, the stadium is the home of Toronto FC who play in the MLS and Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football league.
Stadium capacity is currently about 28,000 but can be expanded to 40,000.
One of two Canadian stadiums which will host matches at the 2026 World Cup, it will undergo an expansion that will increase the stadium’s capacity to 45,736 seats. An increase of 17,756 seats.
Owned by the City of Toronto and managed by Maple Leaf Entertainment, it was first opened in 2007 and built for Toronto FC.
It hosted matches and 2007 U20 World Cup and 2014 Women’s World Cup. It hosted the MLS Cup in 2010 and has since hosted tie 2016 and 2017 finals that featured Toronto.
From 2014 to 2016, the stadium underwent a series of major renovations, which added an upper deck to the east grandstand and a roof over the seating areas, and lengthened the field to make it suitable for hosting Canadian football.
The playing surface has been hybrid grass since 2019.
Gold Cup 2023
June 27 – Canada vs Guadeloupe – Group D, round 1