For over 20 years, we have seen many European clubs and foreign national teams come to the United States to play in international soccer competitions.
CONCACAF hosted the Gold Cup tournament in the United States in 14 of its 16 iterations. Still, let’s not forget that the 1994 World Cup and the 2016 Copa America Centenario were held in the United States. The latter celebrated the 100th anniversary of the tournament.
But now, for the next few summers, the United States has a wealth of wealth with the country hosting multiple top soccer tournaments.
United States to host major soccer tournaments
How many summers in the next five years will be filled with international soccer tournaments? Consider the following timeline.
The United States is clearly the number one host to many of the best and biggest tournaments in the world.
FIFA and other organizations see a huge opportunity to generate revenue here in the United States. Interest in football continues to grow and the sport will undoubtedly reach its peak in his 2026.
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NFL stadiums are used in select cities such as Baltimore, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, and New York/New Jersey.
The USA will host at least three CONCACAF Gold Cups in the summer. But beyond that, the US could face tougher opposition if they compete in her 2024 Copa America and co-host the 2026 World Cup.
Stepping outside of their comfort zone of playing only CONCACAF teams is essential for the US men’s team.It also helps improve quality levels across the CONCACAF region.
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