City: Sandy, Utah (Salt Lake City)

Capacity: 20,507

Opened: 2008

Gold Cup Stage:

Past Gold Cups: None

Field Surface: Grass

Opening in October 2008, Rio Tinto Stadium is a state-of-the-art sports and entertainment facility in Sandy, Utah, that provides a stunning new home for the Real Salt Lake of Major League Soccer. With breathtaking views of both the Oquirrh and Wasatch Mountain ranges, the new stadium is a vibrant and energetic setting for the team's engaged and loyal fans.

Rio Tinto Stadium has been designed to be an entirely new kind of facility, attracting a wide array of events that would not otherwise visit Utah, and strengthening the state's reputation as an international sporting destination. The stadium has hosted of the 2009 MLS All-Star Game and the second leg of the 2010/11 CONCACAF Champions League final (Real Salt Lake v Monterrey).

In 2013, Rio Tinto Stadium welcomes another CONCACAF event - the Gold Cup - to Utah for the first time.