City: JELD-WEN Field

Capacity: 22,000

Opened: 1926 (Renovated: 2011)

Gold Cup Stage:

Past Gold Cups: None

Field Surface: FieldTurf

JELD-WEN Field is an iconic sports and entertainment facility located in the heart of downtown Portland, Ore. Originally constructed for $500,000 in 1926, JELD-WEN Field is a historic civic gathering place with over 85 years of history, having played host to a variety of sporting events, political gatherings, popular concerts and some of the region's most memorable events.

Among the thousands of events held on the grounds, which date back before the actual construction of the stadium, soccer ones are well represented, including the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup and the final professional game for soccer legend Pele in the North American Soccer League's Soccer Bowl '77. While the name and events have changed at the venue over the years, JELD-WEN Field maintains its historical charm, featuring certain pieces and characteristics of the stadium, which have been in place since its beginning; the upper seating bowl and wood benches still remain from the original construction.

The home of Major League Soccer's Portland Timbers, the new-look JELD-WEN Field was opened to the public on April 14, 2011, after a significant, $40 million renovation crafted to create one of the most unique and authentic soccer environments in the United States.

This will be the Gold Cup's first trip to Portland.