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.
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Belizeans organized to “bring Deon home”
Breaking Belize News
A group of Belizeans organized via Facebook have now taken it upon themselves to ensure that Deon, who presently lives in Atlanta, Georgia where he played for the North American Soccer League's Atlanta Silverbacks, makes it home. They plan to raise a ...
Carrillo, Punyed To Represent El Salvador In Upcoming Friendlies
The keeper posted a shutout in his first-career cap on Jan. 27, 2013, a 1-0 win against Belize in the third-place game of the Copa Centroamericana. Carrillo plays club soccer for Santa Tecla F.C. of the Primera Division in El Salvador. Punyed has four ...
CONCACAF Watch: International break starting XI
His team will take on Argentina in Washington, D.C., in its first friendly this window before heading to the West Coast of the United States for a match against a Guatemala side that beat it 2-1 in the fall's Copa Centroamericana. For the strides the ...
International Friendly Preview: Costa Rica - Paraguay
... Soccer Federation last month announced that he will stay on in the role. Costa Rica are unbeaten in six games under Wanchope, who guided his country to victory in last year's Copa Centroamericana. The Central American nation exceeded expectations ...