Mexico hosts its first-ever CONCACAP Gold Cup in 2019.
The tournament, which kicks off on May 13, will be played in a newly renovated soccer stadium.
In Mexico, the games are free to the public and the country’s most-watched television channel, Televisa, will broadcast every match live.
In addition, fans can watch the tournament on television and in mobile phones.
The 2019 tournament will feature 20 teams from Latin America, including Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
There are four regional tournaments scheduled for 2019.
One is held in June in El Salvador.
A second in the Dominican Republic takes place in May.
A third in Costa Rica will take place in July.
A fourth tournament will take to the Caribbean in October.
The final tournament in the Americas, the 2018 World Cup, will take the field in 2019 in Brazil.
It will be held in São Paulo, Brazil.
Mexico hosts the CONCASTIVAL, a four-team tournament that will take over the field at Estadio Azteca on May 16 and 17, 2019.