Fans of the football game Concacaf World Cup 2014 will be treated to a different experience this year, as the tournament has been extended from four to five days.
In the Americas, CONCACAF will host eight matches, while the Caribbean nations will host two and the Caribbean and South American nations one.
The final will be played on August 9.
On Friday, CONCAF president Luis Posada told a news conference that the event would take place in the capital of Quito, where the FIFA president is based.
In addition, two more matches will be held in the cities of Guayaquil and Mar del Plata.
The event is the second consecutive year that the Caribbean islands will host a FIFA World Cup.
In 2013, CONCATAF and the United States played out a friendly against the Caribbean nation of Trinidad and Tobago.
In 2014, the hosts were Ecuador.