The United States' schedule for later this year hasn't been set yet. The U.S. still has to get past the major hurdle that is Barbados/Dominica, major as in let's hope no one picks up a major injury in that walkover series.
Once in the semifinal round, the U.S. will play games in some of the following sites:
Bridgeview, Ill.; Columbus, Ohio; Frisco, Texas; Seattle, Wash.; Commerce City, Colo.; and Washington D.C.
If form holds, the United States' schedule will be the following:
Sept. 10 vs. Cuba
Oct. 11 vs. Trinidad & Tobago
Nov. 19 vs. Guatemala
It would be nice to see different venues used for this round. For qualifying in 04-05, the US played in, among other sites, Foxboro, Columbus, D.C., Alabama, Salt Lake and Connecticut. Already, the US will use a new venue as Home Depot Center will be utilized for the Barbados/Dominica showdown.
I'd like to see a clean sweep of new venues: Toyota Park, DSG Park and Pizza Hut Park. You'd get (hopefully) good crowds for these important games in cities that have invested in American soccer. Not a bad deal.