U.S. Soccer announced the three venues that will host home matches in the semifinal round of World Cup qualifying on Wednesday. Chicago, Washington D.C. and Commerce City, Colorado were chosen for the three home games in the semifinal round, which the United States can qualify for by beating Barbados in the home-and-home series in June.
Here is the schedule (all times Eastern):
- Sept. 10 (8pm)– vs. Trinidad & Tobago/Bermuda, Toyota Park, Bridgeview, Illinois.
- Oct. 11 (4pm)– vs. Cuba/Antigua & Barbuda, RFK Stadium, Washington D.C.
- Nov. 19- (10pm)– vs. Guatemala/St. Lucia, Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, Commerce City, Colorado
The U.S. national team’s World Cup Qualifying campaign kicks off at Home Depot Center on June 15 when it faces Barbados.
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