The CONCACAF Nations League finals will be held at Las Vegas' Allegiant Stadium, CONCACAF announced Monday.
The four League A group winners will head to Las Vegas for semifinals on June 15 and a third-place match and final on June 18.
The U.S. won the inaugural edition of the tournament in 2021. Canada did not make the finals, finishing runner-up to the Americans in League A Group A on goal difference.
Canada (1-1-0) stands second in Group C this time around, sandwiched between Honduras (2-1-0) and Curaçao (1-2-0).
The 53rd-ranked Canadian men visit No. 86 Curaçao on Saturday before hosting No. 81 Honduras on March 28 at Toronto's BMO Field.
The four pool winners will be ranked according to their performance in the group stage with the highest-ranked team facing the lowest-ranked team and No. 2 facing No. 3 in the finals.
The top two teams in each of the League A groups also qualify for the 2023 Gold Cup. Canada can book its ticket with a draw against Curaçao.
The second edition of the CONCACAF Nations League kicked off in June 2022 with 41 teams competing. CONCACAF covers North and Central America and the Caribbean
This report by The Canadian Press was first published March 20, 2023.
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