Tickets are now on sale via SeatGeek.com for the five international matches at Children's Mercy Park during the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup, headlined by United States Men's National Team matches on July 11, July 15 and July 18. Tickets start at $45 and three-day passes can be purchased for access to all five matches. 


"Kansas City is a fantastic soccer city. Their fans and their stadium creates an atmosphere that is almost second to none in U.S. soccer," said U.S. Men's National Team head coach Gregg Berhalter. "Their training facilities and their rehab facilities make it an ideal setting for the U.S. to be based in. We're excited about that. We have a good relationship with Sporting Kansas City and we know the fans really bring it in KC."


2021 Concacaf Gold Cup at Children's Mercy Park
     All times CT, schedule subject to change


     Sunday, July 11 (tickets)
      5:30pm Canada vs Martinique
      7:30pm United States vs TBD* (Winner Prelims 7)


     Thursday, July 15 (tickets)
     6:30pm Canada vs TBD* (Winner Prelims 7)
     8:30pm United States vs Martinique


     Sunday, July 18 (tickets)
     4:00pm United States vs Canada


     *TBD by 2021 Gold Cup Prelims from July 2-6

The Gold Cup is the region's flagship international tournament, featuring men's national teams from across North America, Central America and the Caribbean. First contested in 1991 and taking place every two years, the Gold Cup crowns the confederation's champion and the 16th edition will be played from July 2-Aug. 1 in eight U.S. markets.


The Gold Cup returns to Kansas City - a Candidate Host City for the 2026 FIFA World Cup - for a fourth time (2011, 2015, 2019, 2021) since Children's Mercy Park opened in 2011. After serving as the site of individual doubleheaders in the three previous occasions, Kansas City will host four national teams for more than a week this summer as part of a hub-city format designed to reduce travel.


The arrival of the United States Men's National Team in Kansas City will mark the first time the U.S. MNT has played three times in one stadium in a single week since 2003. The U.S. Men's National Team is 7-0-1 all-time in Kansas City and, with the upcoming fixtures, Children's Mercy Park will have hosted nine U.S. Men's National Team matches - the most of any venue in the past decade.