The federation for soccer in North America, Central America and the Caribbean announced the sites Wednesday for the July 7-28 event. The matchups have not been determined.
Eight of the stadiums have never taken part in the tournament: Atlanta; Baltimore; Denver; Hartford, Conn.; Houston; Miami; Portland, Ore.; and Salt Lake City.
The tournament returns to five venues: Arlington, Texas; Chicago; Pasadena, Calif.; Harrison, N.J.; and Seattle.
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