The Gold Cup will be returning to Nissan Stadium in 2019.
On Thursday, the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football announced Nashville will be one of 15 cities to host games.
"We’re thrilled to welcome the Gold Cup back to Nashville next year,” said Nashville Mayor David Briley in a news release. "Soccer is growing and thriving here, and Concacaf and its teams and fans will get the same warm welcome all our visitors receive - plus a lot of loud cheers and chants ringing through Nissan Stadium. The Gold Cup will be another great showcase for 'the beautiful game' in our beautiful city."
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