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TV channels to watch Mexico vs Honduras live - 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup

July 20, 2017 By Oscar Rojas
One of the most intense rivalries in the CONCACAF region will hand out the last semi-final ticket in the Gold Cup. Don't miss this game with our guide.

Broadcast info

Who's playing? Mexico and Honduras close the Quarter final matches with a tight duel. Los Catrachos are used to leave it all on the pitch when facing El Tri, and this time, with the Mexicans showing a shaky form, victory could be as sweet as ever for the Central American side. On the other side, Mexico will try to take advantage of the disappointing form shown by Honduras' NT, after they reached the KO stage without scoring any goals.

What time? Thursday, July 20, at 19:30 PT/ 21:30 CT/ 22:30 ET/ 02:30 GMT

What stadium? The University of Phoenix Stadium, located in Glendale, Arizona, will be the venue hosting this match. This stadium can host up to 63,000 fans, and given that it will be the stellar game of the double-header scheduled for Thursday, a massive turnout is expected.

On which channels?

- In Mexico: UnivisionTDN, SKY Planeta Fútbol, Sky HD, Azteca 7, TDN, Canal 5

- In Honduras: SKY Planeta Fútbol, Telesistema Honduras, TDN, Sky HD

- In the U.S.: Univision NOW, Univision USA, FOX Soccer Match Pass, Univision Deportes En Vivo, Univision Deportes USA, fuboTV, Fox Sports GO, Fox Sports 1 USA.

- In Canada: TSN1, RDS, RDS GO, TSN4,, TSN GO

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Did you know...?

  • Mexico & Honduras have played 33 games against each other.  El Tri dominates those meetings, having won 19 times, conceding only six wins for Los Catrachos

  • Mexico gets to this game on a five-game unbeaten streak against Honduras, winning three of those games and drawing the other two

  • The last time these teams met took place just one month ago, with Mexico taking home the win with a 3-0 score line

  • This will be the 6th Gold Cup match between Mexico and Honduras. El Tri has won two of those games, drawing a couple more, and losing only once


Mexico and Honduras get to this game with a lot to prove. On one side, Mexico's team hasn't been as scintillating as expected, and despite their positive record, their performance has most fans and experts worrying about their future. This will be the third KO stage match for Mexico under coach Juan Carlos Osorio, and one more defeat could mean trouble for the Colombian tactician, since there are club presidents that are already considering to sack him.

On the other side, Honduras added some talents up front to help end their goal scoring drought. Jorge Luis Pinto's side made it to the KO stage without scoring a goal, and the Colombian-born coach seems more interested in unveiling conspiracies to benefit Mexico than coaching his own side. Winning a match due to French Guiana's breach of the tournament rules and stealing a point away from Canada isn't something to brag about, but eliminating Mexico from this tournament will give Pinto the credit he needs to keep his work as Los Catrachos' boss.

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