2019 will take the U.S. WNT to four MLS stadiums, three NFL stadiums, and one MLB park.
To open the SheBelieves Cup, the USA will visit Talen Energy Stadium for the seventh time. The USA is 5-0-1 all-time at the home of MLS’s Philadelphia Union.
The USA’s SheBelieves Cup visit to Nissan Stadium will be the fourth match for the U.S. Women at the venue. The USA beat Canada there in 2004 and France in 2016 (on a late goal from Alex Morgan), both by 1-0 scores. The USA also beat Scotland there 3-1 in 2013.
The last time the U.S. WNT played at Nissan Stadium, Alex Morgan scored the game-winner vs. France in the 92nd minute.
The WNT will make its sixth trip to Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, home of MLS’s Colorado Rapids. The USA is 4-0-1 at the venue.
The USA will play its first game at the newest sports venue in LA when it visits Banc of California Stadium, home to LAFC of MLS.
For the match at Levi’s Stadium, the USA will play at its fifth different venue in Northern California. The U.S. Women played one game at Candlestick Park, the former home of the San Francisco 49ers, and will now play its first at their current home.
The U.S. WNT makes its return to Busch Stadium on May 16, 2019.
The USA has played at a few baseball stadiums in its history, but the match at Busch Stadium in 2015 in the lead up to the Women’s World Cup was a rousing success with the USA defeating New Zealand, 4-0, in front of 35,817 fans. This will be the second match in WNT’s history at the home of the St. Louis Cardinals.
The USA also played its final send-off match before the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup at Red Bull Arena, drawing with 0-0 with the Korea Republic. This will be the sixth match for the U.S. Women at the home of the New York Red Bulls.