SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA

SoFi Stadium, venue for the 2023 Gold Cup finals.

Perhaps the most spectacular of the US’s mega stadiums, the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, with its wrap-around video screen, will host the final of the Gold Cup. It is the first time the Gold Cup has visited the SoFi and the stadium’s first major soccer showpiece final.

The SoFi will also be a host venue for the 2026 World Cup and the venue for the finals of the Los Angeles Olympics in 2028.

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Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, NV

The 2023 Gold Cup is heading to Las Vegas, the self-proclaimed entertainment capital of the world, for the second consecutive time in the city and in one of the shiniest and newest stadium facilities in the US.

Located adjacent to the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, Allegiant Stadium is a 65,000 capacity venue that began construction in November 2017 and was completed at a cost of $1.9 billion in July 2020.

While Las Vegas’ soccer ambition was too slow to apply to be a World Cup 2026 venue,

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Snapdragon Stadium,

Snapdragon Stadium

First time Gold Cup host

Initially known in the planning stage as the Aztec Stadium, the 35,000 capacity Snapdragon Stadium is an outdoor facility located on the campus of San Diego State University.

Following the departure of the NFL’s Chargers, focus began on building a new stadium for the university’s American Football team the Aztecs that was modern.

The stadium broke ground in August 2020 and opened two years later in August 2022.

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AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX

Quarterfinals venue in 2023, hosts in 2009, 2011, 2013, 2017, and 2021. Capacity of 80,000 to 105,000.

Located in the west of Dallas in the city of Arlington, the 105,000 maximum capacity AT&T stadium is the largest domed structure in the world and one of the biggest sports stadia. Costing $1.2 billion to build, the continually evolving stadium is a facility like no other. It has more than 300 suites, numerous club facilities,

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Bank of America, Charlotte, NC

Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina

Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte North Carolina is a 74,867-seat stadium is located on 33 acres and is the home of the Carolina Panthers in the NFL and Charlotte FC in the MLS.

The stadium opened in 1996 as Ericsson Stadium, before Charlotte-based Bank of America bought the naming rights under a 20-25-year agreement at $140 million.

When Charlotte FC became the 30th MLS franchise in 2019 the stadium was announced as its home venue.

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BMO Field, Toronto, CAN

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.

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CITY Park, St Louis, MO

CityPark, St Louis, Missouri

This 22,423-seat soccer-specific stadium was only completed in November 2022.

It is the home of St Louis City SC that made its MLS debut in March 2023, beating Charlotte FC 3-1.

The stadium is located in the Downtown West district and next to Union Station.

The stadium has a grass pitch 12m below street level, surrounded by two tiers of seating totaling 22,423 seats – an additional 2,500 seats can be added.

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DRV PNK Stadium, Fort Lauderdale, FL

DRV PNK Stadium, Fort Lauderdale, FL (Prelims host 2021. 18,000 capacity)

DRV PNK Stadium (pronounced as Drive Pink Stadium) is the home of Inter Miami CF Stadium in Fort Lauderdale and built on the site of the former Lockhart Stadium which was the home of the now disbanded MLS team Fort Lauderdale Strikers.

The 18,000 soccer-specific stadium is the interim home of MLS franchise Inter Miami CF which is now in its third season as well as its USL League One reserve team Fort Lauderdale CF.

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Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, CA

Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California

Situated just west of the much larger city of San Jose in the San Francisco Bay Area, Levi’s stadium has been the home of NFL team San Franciso 49ers since 2014, when the stadium first opened.

The stadium is 40 miles south of San Francisco.

Levi’s Stadium will host multiple matches during the 2026 World Cup.

Designed as an open stadium with a natural grass field,

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NRG Stadium, Houston, TX

NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas

NRG Stadium is a 71,995 capacity stadium in Houston, Texas, and is the home of the NFL’s Houston Texans. Built at a cost of $352 million, it was the first NFL facility to have a retractable roof.

NRG Stadium is part of the NRG Park stadium and event facilities that were brought under a $300 million naming rights deal in 2000.

It will be one of the host stadiums for the 2026 World Cup to be co-hosted in the US,

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Red Bull Arena, Harrison, NJ

Red Bull Arena, Harrison, New Jersey

The 25,000-capacity home to the New York Red Bulls of the MLS and the NJ/NY Gotham FC of the NWSL is situated in Harrison, New Jersey, seven miles west of Lower Manhattan, on the waterfront in the Riverbend district.

Originally planned to be built for the MetroStars in the MLS in 2004, various planning issues prevented the build from starting until the start of 2005 when drinks company Red Bull bought the MetroStars MLS franchise from Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG) and renamed the club.

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Shell Energy Stadium, Houston, TX

Shell Energy Stadium, Houston, Texas

Home to MLS side the Houston Dynamo and the Houston Dash in the National Women’s Soccer League, the 22,039-capacity Shell Energy (formerly the BBVA Compass Stadium) was built as a soccer-specific stadium but has been used for lacrosse, rugby, and concerts.

Architecturally, the stadium features a faceted facade of expanded metal mesh with orange polycarbonate enclosed entrances and spectator facilities that reflects the industrial heritage of the East Downtown location.

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Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Soldier Field, Chicago

The iconic Soldier Field stadium in Chicago,Illinois, will host the opening match of the 2023 Gold Cup between the USA and Jamaica on Saturday June 24.

The multi-purpose stadium opened in 1924 and was reconstructed in 2003. It has been the home of the Chicago Bears NFL team since 1971 and Chicago Fire FC in the MLS from 1998 to 2005 and since 2020.

With a capacity of 61,500 for American football,

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State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ

State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ (Quarterfinals; 2009, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2021; 63,400 to 72,200 to 78,600)

The State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, has been a regular stop on the Gold Cup schedule, hosting a semi final in 2019 and will host a quarter final this edition.

Designed by New York architect Peter Eisenman in partnership with HOK Sports and Hunt Construction Group, State Farm Stadium opening in 2006,

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TQL Stadium, Cincinnati, OH

TQL Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio

A soccer specific stadium holding 26,000, the stadium was built for MLS team FC Cincinnati.

Located in the West End on the  the former site of Stargel Stadium, the stadium cost about $250 million to construct.

The stadium was proposed in 2016, as part of the team’s bid for an MLS franchise that was awarded in 2018, when the build began.

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