Written by our friends at TiqIQ.com TiqIQ Ticket Preview: CONCACAF Gold Cup
Since its inception in 1991, the CONCACAF Gold Cup has been dominated by one nation: Mexico. With 6 titles, our neighbors to the south are looking to complete their second 3-peat of the 12-team biennial tournament.
However, coming off an exciting win against a solid—albeit undermanned—German side, Jürgen Klinsmann’s US Men’s National Team looks like it could be coming together at just the right time to take back the title of regional soccer hegemon.
After dropping the last two finals to El Tri in pretty embarrassing fashion, USA will kick off its title quest in Portland in a group stage matchup with tournament first-timers Belize on July 9th followed by a matchup with Cuba at Salt Lake City’s Rio Tinto Stadium on Saturday July 13th.
If you’re looking to take in some of this international competition, you can check out Gold Cup Tickets from Primesport. If you’re living out West, you can grab tickets US’s Saturday tilt with Cuba starting as low as $55/ticket. For the East Coast footie fans, you can be in the building at Rentschler Field in Hartford starting as low as $46/ticket. As the action heats up in the knockout stage, the matches move to some of the country’s biggest outdoor stages. Atlanta’s Georgia Dome and Baltimore’s M&T Bank Stadium play host to the quarterfinal round the weekend of July 20th and you can score tickets from Primesport starting as low as $63/ticket in ATL and $57/ticket in the Charm City.
The semis then move to Cowboys Stadium in Dallas on July 24th. Right now the get-in price is sitting at an affordable $49/ticket; however, should Mexico and the US move through to the Gold Cup Final Four demand should almost certainly spike; so act fast to secure yours. Use the code PRIME for 5% off.
Right now, you can get in the door on July 28th for the Gold Cup Final at Soldier Field’s for an even more affordable $45/ticket. Be sure to check out Primesport for all your Gold Cup ticket needs.