Los Canaleros and El Tri lock horns with a spot in the final at stake. Keep track of their classic rivalry with our thorough preview.

Where can I watch Panama vs Mexico live?

Fans in the U.S. may follow this game on Univisión and TUDN USA. Meanwhile, fans in Mexico can keep an eye on this clash via Canal 5 and TUDN. For those in Panama, the match can be seen on TVMax, RPC, and TUDN. If you live in another country, visit our Panama vs Mexico match page for further streaming and linear TV options.

Where can I stream Panama vs Mexico?

Here are the options to follow this clash on streaming and mobile platforms across the world: 

In the U.S.: Paramount+, TUDN.com, Univisión NOW, TUDN App.

In Panama: Medcom GO, ViX.

In Mexico: ViX, TUDN en vivo.

If you live in another country, visit our dedicated match page for further streaming and linear TV options.

Panama vs Mexico -  Team news

Panama reach this match as the top-ranked team after the Concacaf Nations League Quarterfinals. Los Canaleros were the only team that managed to win both of their games in that round, nabbing the No.1 seed for this stage. The team led by Thomas Christiansen has won all their games at home during the competition, including a 3-1 win over Costa Rica in their most recent game.

On the other hand, Mexico reach this stage after a nerve-wracking clash against Honduras that was sorted out via penalties. El Tri, like the USMNT and Panama, won one and lost their other match in the CNL Quarterfinals, but their poor goal average (+0 win only two goals to their name) saw them drop to the No.4 seed. Mexico's last two away games have ended in defeat, with the USMNT (3-0) and Honduras (2-0) beating them in those fixtures.

Unfortunately, there will be some key absences that will be sidelined for this match. Here is the list of unavailable footballers for this Concacaf Nations League match.

Panama: Rolando Blackburn, César Yanis (coach's decision).

Mexico: Diego Lainez, Sebastián Córdova (coach's decision); Raúl Jiménez, Israel Reyes (injured).

Panama vs Mexico: Head-to-head

  • This will be the 26th game between Panama and Mexico.

  • Mexico dominate their meetings against Los Canaleros with 17 wins, six draws, and two losses.

  • Panama's only wins against Mexico came during the same edition of the Concacaf Gold Cup: both of them took place in 2013, and both games ended 2-1 for Panama.

  • The Mexican side has won three games in a row against Panama. All three have ended one-nil for Mexico.

  • The most recent match between these national teams took place in the 2023 Gold Cup, with Mexico lifting the title back in July.

  • Mexico's Raúl Jiménez is the top scorer in this rivalry with four goals to his name.

  • Mexico's coach Jaime Lozano is set to face Panama for the second time in his coaching career. He won the previous match in the Gold Cup final.

  • Panama's boss Thomas Christiansen will face Mexico for the sixth time. So far, the Spanish boss has drawn one and lost four.

Panama vs Mexico - Broadcast and streaming details


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Panama 0 - 3 Mexico

March 21, 2024 10:15pmAT&T Stadium (Arlington, Texas)

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Live TV coverage and streaming in United States

Univision USA
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