CONCACAF GOLD CUP returns as USA aim to retain their 2017 title.
Greg Berhalter's side can make it seven victories in the tournament this year to draw them level with record holders Mexico.
When is the CONCACAF Gold Cup?
The tournament will kick off on Saturday, June 15 with Canada playing Martinique.
It will culminate in the final on Sunday, July 7 at Chicago's Soldier Field.
What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
The entire tournament will be shown live on FreeSports.
This is a free-to-air channel for viewers with Virgin Media, Sky, BT TV, Freeview HD, TalkTalkTV and Freesat.
You will be able to live stream this via Sky Go, Virgin TV Go and TV Player.
What venues are hosting the matches?
USA will be the primary host for the CONCACAF Gold Cup once again, having held matches in the country for every single tournament.
Yet, Costa Rica and Jamaica will also hold a game each, making it the first time more than two nations have hosted the competition.
Only on three occasions has it been jointly hosted, with Mexico and USA combining in 1993 and 2003, while Canada shared with its southern brothers four years ago.
- Rose Bowl – Pasadena, California
- Broncos Stadium at Mile High – Denver, Colorado
- NRG Stadium – Houston, Texas
- BBVA Compass Stadium – Houston, Texas
- Bank of America Stadium – Charlotte, North Carolina
- Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Nissan Stadium – Nashville, Tennessee
- FirstEnergy Stadium – Cleveland, Ohio
- State Farm Stadium – Glendale, Arizona
- Soldier Field – Chicago, Illinois
- Red Bull Arena – Harrison, New Jersey
- Banc of California Stadium – Los Angeles, California
- Toyota Stadium – Frisco, Texas
- Allianz Field – Saint Paul, Minnesota
- Children's Mercy Park – Kansas City, Kansas
- Nacional de Costa Rica – San Jose
- Independence Park – Kingston
What are the matches?
June 16: Canada vs Martinique (12.30am)
June 16: Mexico vs Cuba (3am)
June 16: Haiti vs Bermuda (11pm)
June 17: Costa Rica vs Nicaragua (1.30am)
June 18: Curacao vs El Salvador (12am)
June 18: Jamaica vs Honduras (2.30am)
June 19: Panama vs Trinidad and Tobago (12.30am)
June 19: USA vs Guyana (3am)
June 20: Cuba vs Martinique (1am)
June 20: Mexico vs Canada (3.30am)
June 21: Nicaragua vs Haiti (12am)
June 21: Costa Rica vs Bermuda (2.30am)
June 22: El Salvador vs Jamaica (12am)
June 22: Honduras vs Curacao (2.30am)
June 22: Guyana vs Panama (10.30pm)
June 23: USA vs Trinidad and Tobago (1am)
June 23: Canada vs Cuba (11pm)
June 24: Martinique vs Mexico (1.30am)
June 24: Bermuda vs Nicaragua (11.30pm)
June 25: Haiti vs Costa Rica (2am)
June 26: Jamaica vs Curacao (1am)
June 26: Honduras vs El Salvador (3.30am)
June 26: Trinidad and Tobago vs Guyana (11.30pm)
June 27: Panama vs USA (2am)
June 30 – Qtr final 1: Winner Group B vs Runner-up Group A (12am)
June 30 – Qtr final 2: Winner Group A vs Runner-up Group B (3am)
June 30 – Qtr final 3: Winner Group C vs Runner-up Group D (10.30pm)
July 1 – Qtr final 4: Winner Group D vs Runner-up Group C (1.30am)
July 3 – Semi final 1: Winner Qtr final 1 vs Winner Qtr final 2 (3.30am)
July 4 – Semi final 2: Winner Qtr final 3 vs Winner Qtr final 4 (2.30am)
July 8 – Final: Winner Semi final 1 vs Winner Semi final 2 (2.15am)
All kick offs are UK (BST) time
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