The Black & Gold will be well-represented at the upcoming Gold Cup. LAFC will send four players to this summer's taking place primarily in the U.S. but also with matches in Costa Rica and Jamaica.
Tyler Miller (USA), Walker Zimmerman (USA), Peter-Lee Vassell (Jamaica), and Mark-Anthony Kaye (Canada) will take part in the competition after being named to the final 23-man rosters for their respective countries on Thursday. It will be the first Gold Cup for Miller, Zimmerman, and Vassell. Kaye played for Canada in the 2017 tournament.
The Gold Cup kicks off Saturday, June 15, as Kaye's Canadian side face Martinique in the first of a doubleheader at the Rose Bowl. Mexico takes on Cuba as the second match of the night.
Vassell and Jamaica will start their Gold Cup in Jamaica at the National Stadium in Kingston against Honduras, as Gold Cup matches will be held outside of the U.S. for the first time in the tournament's history. The LAFC midfielder will also play in a familiar setting on the final matchday of the group stage when Jamaica face Curaçao as part of a doubleheader featuring Honduras against El Salvador at Banc of California Stadium on June 25.
Miller and Zimmerman will get their first chance to take part in the tournament with the USMNT on June 18 against Guyana at Allianz Field.