CONCACAF Gold Cup in Nashville
United States vs. Panama
Martinique vs. Nicaragua
See the Gold Cup Trophy in Nashville April 27-28!
The CONCACAF Gold Cup trophy will be in Nashville this week so fans can see the trophy up-close. The elegant golden trophy will be lifted by the winner of the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup this summer. Come see:
Thursday, April 27
1-4:30pm @ Nashville Visitor Center @ Bridgestone Arena, 501 Broadway
6-10pm @ Titans Draft Party @ Nissan Stadium
Friday, April 28
11am-1pm @ Nashville Visitor Center @ Bridgestone Arena, 501 Broadway
2-5pm @ St. Jude Rock 'N' Roll Marathon Expo @ Music City Center, Booth #208
5:30-7:30pm @ Plaza Mariachi, 3955 Nolensville Pike
Taking place every two years, the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football) Gold Cup is the official national team championship of the region. Drawing large crowds and millions of television viewers from across the region, the Gold Cup is a celebration of soccer, sportsmanship, and culture.
For the first time ever, Nashville will host two Gold Cup games this summer! The United States will open their game play right here in Music City against Panama. Don't miss seeing the U.S. Men's National Team play in Nashville. Get tickets now.
Group B Doubleheader!
USA vs. Panama
Martinique vs. Nicaragua
Home to one of the biggest and best 4th of July events in the country, boasting incredible concerts from top artists and spectacular fireworks, Nashville is the ideal summer vacation. Come to salute American independence on the 4th, stay to cheer on the United States soccer team on the 8th! It's an American celebration this summer in Music City.
“We’re excited to bring the Gold Cup to new markets across the country. These cities have all proved ready and eager to host our region’s marquee soccer championship, and welcome world class international soccer next summer,” said CONCACAF General Secretary Philippe Moggio.
To date, 11 of the 12 Member Associations scheduled to participate have qualified for this year’s tournament. Those national teams are, alphabetical order: Canada, Costa Rica, Curacao, El Salvador, French Guiana, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, and the United States, all of which will compete for the Confederation title in July.
The winner of the 2017 tournament will take home continental bragging rights and an assured spot in the next CONCACAF Cup, a play-in game to qualify for the 2021 FIFA Confederations Cup, in the case two separate champions emerge from the next two editions of the Gold Cup.