Golden opportunity: Baltimore gets the chance to once again host soccer’s Gold Cup! It’s the latest in a series of high-profile events at M&T Bank Stadium.
Andy Najar interrupted a defensive struggle with a goal in the 49th minute, and Honduras squeezed past Costa Rica 1-0 on Sunday night to earn a matchup against the United States in the semifinals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup.
It’s not the type of football you expect to see at Ravens Stadium but this weekend, the Gold Cup invaded Baltimore.
Soccer fans will wear their team colors on Sunday for a big sporting event at M&T Bank Stadium.
Baltimore gets another chance to shine in the international spotlight. The quarterfinal matches of soccer’s Gold Cup will be played at M&T Bank Stadium.
Another sports honor for Baltimore. This time, the city was selected to host an international soccer match.
Thirteen U.S. cities, from Miami to Seattle, will host Gold Cup games this summer.
105.7’s Ed Norris’ thoughts on US goal keeper Tim Howard’s Spanish language rant.