A couple things on the USMNT front.
* The US’s next home World Cup qualifier in March against Guatemala will take place at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus. ESPN’s Doug McIntyre is guessing Kansas City will get the last home qualifier of the semifinal round in September. That sounds like a solid guess to me.
* The locations for next summer’s Copa America Centenario were announced.
The host metropolitan areas and respective stadiums are: Boston (Gillette Stadium), Chicago (Soldier Field), Houston (NRG Stadium), Los Angeles (Rose Bowl), New York (MetLife Stadium), Orlando (Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium), Philadelphia (Lincoln Financial Field), Phoenix (University of Phoenix Stadium), San Francisco (Levi’s Stadium) and Seattle (CenturyLink Field). Similar to the FIFA World Cup, each venue will host matches on multiple days through the tournament. Most venues will host at least three games.
It looks like MetLife Stadium will host the final, while the Rose Bowl will get a semifinal. Nothing has been finalized yet, but it is also sounding like Mexico will play in Los Angeles, Phoenix and Houston, while the US will start in Seattle.