Posted in 2023 in Soccer at Snapdragon Stadium
Posted in Soccer at Snapdragon Stadium
San Diego’s Snapdragon Stadium has been selected as a host venue for the upcoming Gold Cup, marking the fourth time the prestigious soccer tournament will be played in America’s Finest City. This is the first time the Gold Cup will be held at SDSU’s new stadium, with the previous three editions taking place at Qualcomm Stadium, most recently in 2017. Snapdragon Stadium’s inclusion as a host venue is notable as it is the only stadium on the list that is not the home of an NFL or Major League Soccer team. This recognition speaks to the high regard for the new stadium and the strong soccer market in San Diego.
The Gold Cup, or Copa Oro de la CONCACAF, will feature matches starting from June 16 to July 17. CONCACAF is the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football, abbreviated as CONCACAF, is one of FIFA’s six continental governing bodies for association football. Thirteen nations have already secured their spots, including traditional powerhouses like the USA and Mexico, while 12 additional teams will compete in a preliminary knockout round to earn three remaining spots in the group stage. The exact schedule and match assignments for Snapdragon Stadium have not been announced yet, but the draw will take place on April 14, providing more details.
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