The first match of the competition will see Canada play against Martinique, while Mexico will be playing the stellar match against Cuba at the Rose Bowl on June 15.
Haiti and Bermuda will play the first-ever game set to be held in Central America, as the two Caribbean sides will lock horns in San José, Costa Rica. The co-hosts will play against Nicaragua, in a regional clash that should be quite interesting.
Group C will kick off in Jamaica, with Curaçao and El Salvador set to hold the first-ever clash in tournament's history in the Caribbean. Jamaica will play the double-header's stellar match when they face Honduras.
Last, but not least, Panama and Trinidad and Tobago will kick things off in Group D. Later that day, the USA will face Guyana in their first game, with their minds set on winning back-to-back Gold Cup titles.