The U.S. Men's Soccer Team will play in St. Louis City SC CityPark's stadium on June 15th as part of a competition which previously designated the stadium as a host venue.
City SC announced Tuesday that its 22,500 seat Downtown West stadium would host two matches on June 28 as part of the group stage of the North America, Central America and Caribbean Association Football Gold Cup Tournament (Concacaf). The stadium will host games between the Gold Cup's Group A, which includes the U.S.A., Jamaica, Nicaragua and one other country determined by the preliminary rounds.
CityPark was announced as one of the 15 venues to host the Gold Cup earlier this month, but a schedule for that tournament was not made public until Tuesday. The Gold Cup is held every other year and features national men's teams from countries in North America Central America and the Caribbean. The tournament in 2023 will take place from June 16 to August 16.
CityPark's Gold Cup schedule includes a game between Jamaica and Nicaragua, the U.S.A. and a yet-to-be determined opponent. The matches are scheduled to begin at 6:30 pm and 8:30 pm, respectively. City SC stated that fans who buy tickets can attend both matches. Re-entry will not be permitted between matches. City SC announced that ticket sales will begin on April 25.