CONCACAF anuncia 13 sedes para la Copa Oro 2015 a jugarse en Estados Unidos y por primera vez en Canadá
CONCACAF anunció el martes que 13 ciudades de Norteamérica albergarán a la Copa Oro 2015.
No solo será Estados Unidos sede del evento, como ha sido costumbre desde 1991, sino que por primera vez Canadá le dará la bienvenida al máximo torneo de naciones de Norte, Centroamérica y el Caribe. Toronto se une a Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City, Los Ángeles, Nueva York, Filadelfia, y Phoenix, como ciudades organizadores del campeonato.
The US national team will begin the defense of their CONCACAF Gold Cup title in July in Dallas, one of 13 North American host cities for the event unveiled by CONCACAF on Tuesday.
FC Dallas' Toyota Stadium will host the USMNT's tournament-opening match in the venue's first-ever Gold Cup game on July 7.
Toronto's BMO Field will also play host for the first time in the tournament’s history, marking the mark the first time the confederation’s flagship international event has been played in Canada.
Jamaica capture Caribbean Cup in shootout win over Trinidad & Tobago; Union's Andre Blake makes key save
Jamaica captured the sixth Caribbean Cup title in the country's history on Tuesday evening, defeating Trinidad & Tobago 4-3 in a penalty shootout after a 0-0 draw, much to the delight of the home fans in Montego Bay.
Carlos Vela made his comeback to the Mexican national team on Wednesday in a friendly against the Netherlands and immediately got to work, scoring two goals in his first game with El Tri since March 2011.
UNCAF anuncia listas preliminares de las siete selecciones para la Copa Centroamericana 2014 en EE.UU.
La Unión Centroamericana de Fútbol (UNICAF) dio a conocer el martes las siete listas preliminares de las siete selecciones que participarán en la Copa Centroamericana que se jugará entre el 3 al 13 septiembre en los Estados Unidos.
One of the all-time most successful incarnations of the Canadian men’s national team is being recognized with a spot in Canada’s Soccer Hall of Fame.
The Hall of Fame announced its 2014 induction class on Tuesday, and among the honorees was the team that shocked the soccer world by winning the 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
The team advanced out of the group stage thanks to a coin-flip tiebreaker, then upset Mexico in the quarterfinals, with defender Richard Hastings scoring the winner in golden-goal extra time.
STANFORD, Calif. – Here's something that will shock you: Belize, Cuba and Costa Rica are not as good as Ghana, Portugal and Germany.
And hosting one regional stalwart and two regional minnows in seven days is probably not as challenging as taking on three global powerhouses at a World Cup held in Brazil.