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... the Mexican National Team, the U.S. Men's National Team, Major League Soccer, Copa MX, Copa Centroamericana, Copa America 2016, the CONCACAF Gold Cup, the CONCACAF Champions League, the CONCACAF Men's Under 17, the CONCACAF ...
USA vs. Guatemala: Previewing the USMNT's Gold Cup warmup
Guatemala missed out on the Gold Cup in 2013, but return this time around after Argentine head coach Ivan Franco Sopegno oversaw a run to the final of the Copa Centroamericana last year. The fixture against the USA will provide the perfect warmup for a ...
Trindad & Tobago vs. Guatemala | Gold Cup Match Preview
Trinidad & Tobago have a whopping 40-place edge in the latest edition of the FIFA rankings, but Guatemala flexed their muscles in the 2014 Copa Centroamericana, falling to Costa Rica in the final as Seattle Sounders midfielder Marco Pappa tore up the ...
Handicapping 2015 Gold Cup: Who will win this year's edition?
With an increasingly soccer-mad population of 11.2 million, this is a sleeping giant in CONCACAF. The alarm clock is ringing, but it probably won't wake up this edition of Los Leones del Caribe (the Lions of ... Los Chapines didn't even qualify for the ...
Canada v Costa Rica, Gold Cup 2015: How to watch on TV and Online
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USA (automatic qualifier and potential host), Mexico (automatic qualifier), Jamaica (2014 Caribbean Cup winners) and Costa Rica (2014 Copa Centroamericana winners) have already qualified for the tournament. The next four teams from the Gold Cup will ...
About Copa Centroamericana
The Copa Centroamericana is a biennial association football tournament, held for the CONCACAF national teams of Central America: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama. The tournament has been held since 1991 as the UNCAF Nations Cup (until 2010) and doubles as a qualifying event for the CONCACAF Gold Cup. The competition was re-branded as the Copa Centroamericana from the the 2011 edition.