The Americans will open the tournament against Colombia on June 3 in Santa Clara before going on to play Costa Rica in Chicago four days later. They will conclude group play June 11 in Philadelphia against Paraguay.
Meanwhile Mexico, the top seed in Group C, drew what looks to be one of the easiest groups. El Tri was matched with Uruguay, Jamaica and Venezuela, the latter two having failed to qualify for a World Cup since 1998. Tickets for the Ecuador vs Peru game in Glendale Arizona are now on sale today at TicketProcess.com
June 3: United States v Colombia (Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara)
June 4: Costa Rica v Paraguay (Citrus Bowl, Orlando)
June 4: Haiti v Peru (CenturyLink Field, Seattle)
June 4: Brazil v Ecuador (Rose Bowl, Pasadena)
June 5: Jamaica v Venezuela (Soldier Field, Chicago)
June 5: Mexico v Uruguay (Phoenix Stadium, Glendale)
June 6: Panama v Bolivia (Orlando Citrus Bowl, Orlando)
June 6: Argentina v Chile (Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara)
June 7: United States v Costa Rica (Soldier Field, Chicago)
June 7: Colombia v Paraguay (Rose Bowl, Pasadena)
June 8: Brazil v Haiti (Orlando Citrus Bowl, Orlando)
June 8: Ecuador v Peru (Phoenix Stadium, Glendale)
June 9: Uruguay v Venezuela
June 9: Mexico v Jamaica (Rose Bowl, Pasadena)
June 10: Chile v Bolivia (Gillette Stadium, Foxborough)
June 10: Argentina v Panama (Soldier Field, Chicago)
June 11: United States v Paraguay (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia)
June 11: Colombia v Costa Rica (NRG Stadium, Houston)
June 12: Ecuador v Haiti (MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford)
June 12: Brazil v Peru (Gillette Stadium, Foxborough)
June 13: Mexico v Venezuela (NRG Stadium, Houston)
June 13: Uruguay v Jamaica (Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara)
June 14: Chile v Panama (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia)
June 14: Argentina v Bolivia (CenturyLink Field, Seattle)
June 16: Winner Group A v Runner-up Group B (CenturyLink Field, Seattle)
June 17: Winner Group B v Runner-up Group A (Met Life Stadium, East Rutherford)
June 18: Winner Group D v Runner-up Group C (Gillette Stadium, Foxborough)
June 19: Winner Group C v Runner-up Group D (Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara)
June 21: Winner Match 25 v Winner Match 27(NRG Stadium, Houston)
June 22: Winner Match 26 v Winner Match 28 (Soldier Field, Chicago)
June 25: Semi-final losers (University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale)
June 26: Semi-final winners (MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford)
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