The US has hosted every Gold Cup for the past 2 decades. It's time to see if aother country can successfully hose this tournament. At first glance Mexico seems like the logical choice. They have an ample number of stadiums, and the infrastructure to host a world class event. They have a soccer mad population, and a decent sized middle class. The problem with Mexico (in my opinion) is that I can't see them successfully marketing non Mexico matches. How good would Costa Rica vs El Salvador draw in Mexico? My question for Mexican fans is this....Can the FMF successfully market those games? Canada seems to be a better choice to me. They have stadia of the proper size and quality. They are a 1st world country so you know that their infrastructure is good enough. Like the US they have a large immigrant population which would come out to support their home nations. You have groups in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, and Ottawa or Edmonton. I don't think it would possible for a Central American nation to successfully host this tournament. Even with two nations hosting in a joint bid. Note to Mods: I know that there is a Gold Cup sub forum. I chose to post this here because that forum gets very little traffic, and I would like to get the input of people from a wide variety of nations. In particular Canada and Mexico.