City: Miami Gardens, Florida (Miami)

Capacity: 22,000

Opened: 1987

Gold Cup Stage:

Past Gold Cups: None

Field Surface: Grass

The CONCACAF Gold Cup returns to Miami for a ninth-consecutive tournament, but after years of playing matches at the now-demolished Orange Bowl and FIU Stadium, Sun Life Stadium will host for the first time. Sun Life Stadium, originally known as Joe Robbie Stadium when it opened in 1987, was the first of its kind to be constructed entirely through private funds. With an eye on the future, the facility was designed as a multi-purpose venue, with more than 1.5 million square feet, over 24,000 parking spaces, and a capacity of up to 75,000 seats. Over its history, Sun Life Stadium has hosted many of the USA's most cherished sporting events. Since 2011, it has welcomed huge crowds of international soccer fans to watch the national teams of Mexico, Honduras and Colombia, plus club sides such as Barcelona, Chelsea, AC Milan, Guadalajara and Boca Juniors.