City: Pasadena, California (Los Angeles)

Capacity: 90,000

Opened: 1922

Gold Cup Stage:

Past Gold Cups: 1991, 2002, 2011

Field Surface: Grass

The iconic Rose Bowl is has hosted some of the most important matches in international soccer history.  It was the venue for the 1984 Olympic final, the 1994 World Cup final (plus six other games), the 1999 Women's World Cup final, as well as the the 2002 and 2011 Gold Cup finals.  In fact, It is the only stadium in the world to have hosted both a men's and women's World Cup final and an Olympic gold medal match.

According to the United States Soccer Federation, the Rose Bowl has remarkably been the site for the 13 largest crowds in U.S. soccer history. Its record attendance mark of 101, 799 was achieved on August 11, 1984, when France defeated Brazil for Olympic gold.  The 2011 Gold Cup final between the U.S. and Mexico drew a capacity crowd of more than 93,000.