City: Denver, Colorado

Capacity: 76,125

Opened: 2001

Gold Cup Stage:

Past Gold Cups: None

Field Surface: Grass with artificial fibers

Located in picturesque Denver, with a Rocky Mountain backdrop, Sports Authority Field at Mile High opened in 2001 at an estimated cost of $400.7 million.  In an age where stadiums routinely cost more than $1 billion, it is a model for extraordinary design, as well as responsible budget management.  The famous horseshoe design and steel seating terraces carry forward the history and magic of its fabled predecessor -- Mile High Stadium.  The last soccer match at Sports Authority Field at Mile High was in 2011, when Mexico defeated New Zealand, 3-0, before a crowd of more than 45,000 spectators.