Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field will host the first two quarterfinals of the Gold Cup tournament on July 19. The first quarterfinal will feature the winner of Group A versus the second-place finisher from Group B. The second quarterfinal will feature the winner of Group B versus a third-place finisher from either Group A or C. This draw guarantees that Lincoln Financial Field will host the United States National Team in a quarterfinal matchup, if the U.S. finishes among the top two teams in Group B.
The countries in Group A include: Honduras, Costa Rica, French Guiana, and Canada. The countries in Group B include: United States, Panama, Martinique, and Haiti or Nicaragua. Haiti and Nicaragua are scheduled to face off in a home-and-away play-in series during the FIFA match dates in late March to decide the 12th and final participating Member Association for the tournament. The countries in Group C include: Mexico, El Salvador, Curacao, and Jamaica.
Tickets to the Gold Cup, starting at $25-40 for game doubleheaders, are available by visiting www.GoldCup.org or by calling Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000. Primesport, the official ticket hospitality and travel package partner of the 2017 Gold Cup, will offer pre-game hospitality and travel packages for select game days during the continental championship. Fans can learn more by visiting www.Primesport.com.
Taking place every two years, the CONCACAF Gold Cup is the official national team championship of the region and will feature some of the top star players of North and Central America and the Caribbean.
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