CONCACAF Gold Cup 2019 : The 16-team tournament largely will be played at venues across the United States, with the final taking place on July 7 at Chicago’s Soldier Field.
TV: English-language broadcast on FS1 or FS2. Spanish-language broadcast on Univision.
STREAMING: Live streams will be available on Fox Sports Go online or via the app. If you don’t have a cable or satellite TV subscription, you can watch games via a streaming service.
Next summer, it finally gets real again, with a return to competitive fixtures that actually mean something more than getting reps for the future of the team. Though the team still hasn’t hired a coach.
Concacaf set the 2019 Gold Cup schedule and locations for each of the four groups of four — the tournament will increase from 12 to 16 teams for the first time this edition. Mexico, Costa Rica, Honduras and the U.S. have already been seeded into Groups A-D, respectively. Panama and Trinidad and Tobago are also already in the tournament, qualifying automatically by reaching the 2018 World Cup qualifying hexagonal. The other 10 teams will be determined by the Concacaf Nations League qualifying and the draw will take place some time after the final CNL matches in March.
CONCACAF Gold Cup Final will take place in Soldier Field in 2019. The Gold Cup will be the third time that the final tournament held at Soldier Field.
Beside the Soldier Field, 14 more venues in the U.S. will host the matches. The Association is organizing this tournament every two years to determine the champion of North and Central America and The Caribbean. The final game is scheduled for 07 July 2019. The competition is expanding the field for 16 teams across the region. Based on the CONCACAF ranking index, there is four group with the highest rank, and they are Costa Rica, Mexico, Honduras, and the United States.
Gold Cup 2019 Groups : There are 34 participants will joining the Gold Cup. The participants will be qualified based on earning points, goal difference, and additional tiebreaks.