2019 Concacaf Gold Cup: Complete results, schedule, dates and how to watch on TV


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Published 11: 00 p.m. ET June 17, 2019 | Updated 12: 55 a.m. ET July 4, 2019

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The Concacaf Gold Cup presents the U.S. men’s national team with its first competition soccer games since losing to Trinidad & Tobago in its final 2018 World Cup qualifier in October 2017.

The USMNT is defending champions, having won the 2017 Gold Cup with a 2-1 victory over Jamaica at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Since then, there’s been upheaval with the U.S. men’s national soccer team. Then-coach Bruce Arena resigned after the loss to Trinidad & Tobago. After a year with Dave Sarachan as the interim head coach, U.S. Soccer hired Gregg Berhalter — who’d previously coached the Columbus Crew in Major League Soccer — as the new head coach. 

The 16-team tournament largely will be played at venues across the United States, with the final taking place on July 7 at Chicago’s Soldier Field. 

WHEN: June 15-July 7

TV: English-language broadcast on FS1 or FS2. Spanish-language broadcast on Univision. 

STREAMING: Live streams will be available on Fox Sports Go online or via the app. If you don’t have a cable or satellite TV subscription, you can watch games via a streaming service.

USMNT GAMES: June 18 vs. Guyana in Saint Paul, Minnesota (10 p.m. ET on FS1), June 22 vs. Trinidad & Tobago in Cleveland (8 p.m. ET on FS1), June 26 vs. Panama in Kansas City (9 p.m. ET on FS1).

PREVIOUS CONCACAF GOLD CUP WINNERS:

2017: United States

2015: Mexico

2013: United States

2011: Mexico

2009: Mexico

2007: United States

2005: United States

2003: Mexico

2002: United States

2000: Canada

1998: Mexico

1996: Mexico

1993: Mexico

1991: United States

STADIUMS:

Charlotte – Bank of America Stadium (75,525 capacity)

Chicago – Soldier Field (61,500 capacity)

Cleveland – FirstEnergy Stadium (67,895 capacity)

Denver – Broncos Stadium at Mile High (76,125 capacity)

Frisco, Texas – Toyota Stadium (20,500 capacity)

Glendale, Arizona – State Farm Stadium (63,400 capacity)

Houston – NRG Stadium (71,795 capacity)

Houston – BBVA Stadium (22,039 capacity)

Kingston, Jamaica – Independence Park (35,000 capacity)

Harrison, New Jersey – Red Bull Arena (25,000 capacity)

Kansas City, Kansas – Children’s Mercy Park (18,467 capacity)

Los Angeles – Banc of California Stadium (22,000 capacity)

Nashville – Nissan Stadium (69,143 capacity)

Pasadena, California – Rose Bowl (90,888 capacity)

Philadelphia – Lincoln Financial Field (69,176 capacity)

Saint Paul, Minnesota – Allianz Field (19,400 capacity)

San Jose, Costa Rica – Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica (35,175 capacity)

SCHEDULE (All times Eastern):

GROUP PLAY

Saturday, June 15

Canada 4, Martinique 0

Mexico 7, Cuba 0

Sunday, June 16

Haiti 2, Bermuda 1

Costa Rica 4, Nicaragua 0

Monday, June 17

El Salvador 1, Curacao 0

Jamaica 3, Honduras 2

Tuesday, June 18

Panama 2, Trinidad & Tobago 0

United States 4, Guyana 0

Wednesday, June 19

Martinique 3, Cuba 0

Mexico 3, Canada 1

Thursday, June 20

Haiti 2, Nicaragua 0

Costa Rica 2, Bermuda 1

Friday, June 21

El Salvador 0, Jamaica 0

Curacao 1, Honduras 0

Saturday, June 22

Panama 4, Guyana 2

United States 6, Trinidad & Tobago 0

⚽ 41′ Long

⚽ 66′ Zardes

⚽ 69′ Zardes

⚽ 73′ Pulisic

⚽ 78′ Arriola

⚽ 90′ Long

The @USMNT routed Trinidad & Tobago for their largest Gold Cup win in team history. 🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/bge3u2NVxm

— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) June 23, 2019

Sunday, June 23

Canada 7, Cuba 0

Mexico 3, Martinique 2

Monday, June 24

Bermuda 2, Nicaragua 0

Haiti 2, Costa Rica 1

Tuesday, June 25

Jamaica 1, Curacao, 1

Honduras 4, El Salvador 0

Wednesday, June 26

Trinidad & Tobago 1, Guyana 1

United States 1, Panama 0

JOZY ALTIDORE WITH THE BICYCLE KICK! 🔥

He scores his 42nd international goal and puts the USMNT out in front 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/CVuFexT8Wj

— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) June 27, 2019

QUARTERFINALS

Saturday, June 29

Haiti 3, Canada 2

Mexico 1, Costa Rica 1 (Mexico wins on penalties, 5-4) 

🔊SOUND ON🔊 Escucha el rugido del #NRGStadium con la tapada de Memo Ochoa para darle a México 🇲🇽 la clasificación a semifinales de #GoldCup2019#EstoEsNuestro#ThisIsOurs#TuCopaOro@miseleccionmx@yosoy8apic.twitter.com/mmPpGP0y5d

— Gold Cup 2019 (@GoldCup) June 30, 2019

Sunday, June 30

Jamaica 1, Panama 0

USA 1, Curacao 0

SEMIFINALS

Tuesday, July 2

Mexico 1, Haiti 0

Wednesday, July 3

USA 3, Jamaica 1

FINAL

Sunday, July 7

USA vs. Mexico, 9: 15 p.m. (FS1)

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