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2013 Gold Cup Final

Who: United States vs. Panama

When: Sunday, July 28, at 4 p.m. ET

Where: Soldier Field, Chicago, Ill.

Watch: Fox (Check local listings)

 

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Watch all 25 CONCACAF Gold Cup matches on TV or online in Canada, UK, USA and the world.

 

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Thirteen hosts cities across the United States welcome football fever this July. The CONCACAF Gold Cup is now the main attraction of every American soccer fan as the USMNT is one of the favourites to claim the title.

 

The 2013 Gold Cup is composed of 12 teams placed in three tables. Group A is headed by Mexico and also contains the likes of World Cup 2014 surprise prospects Panama. USA’s foes, Canada, complete this section with minnows Martinique.

 

In Group B, Honduras has been given a tough challenge to reaffirm their lost authority in the CONCACAF zone. Los Catrachos will face El Salvador, World Cup 2006 participants Trinidad and Tobago and tiny country Haiti.

 

Finally, Group C is composed of the hosts together with bitter political rivals Cuba. Costa Rica enter the competition as potential quarter-finalists whereas Belize are looking to spring an upset in this four-team table. Each group winners and runners-up will automatically reach the Last 8 and will be joined by two of the three third-placed nations.

 

Since the Confederations Cup is over, the passion of CONCACAF football followers has hit a higher level. There is no way one can miss any of the action; you can watch absolutely all Gold Cup 2013 matches between July 7 and July 28. Bookmark this page and visit it regularly as LiveSoccerTV.com offers you important online and TV schedule updates throughout the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

CONCACAF Gold Cup 2013 Live Streaming and TV Listings: Group stage – First Round

Watch the Gold Cup live on FOX Sports Media Group

All 25 matches of the tournament can be seen live on TV thanks to FOX Sports Media Group. The televised coverage kicks off with a doubleheader on the opening day with Canada and Mexico’s games against Martinique and Panama respectively.

Broadcasters of the CONCACAF Gold Cup 2013

In Canada: Sportsnet World

In Mexico: ESPN, Televisa, TV Azteca

In UK: ESPN

In USA: Fox Soccer 2Go, Fox, Fox Soccer, Fox Soccer Plus, UniMás, Univision, Univision Deportes

The good news for avid football fans is that the live online and TV broadcast of this year’s CONCACAF Gold Cup is not just available for viewers in Canada, Mexico, UK and the United States. You can be anywhere else on the planet and enjoy the lightening presence of stars like Landon Donovan, Javier Hernandez, Giovani dos Santos and the rest. This will be made possible thanks to big sports channels around the world. The TV schedule lists for the matches include SuperSport 3 Africa and SuperSport Internet 3 (Africa), Al Jazeera Sports +9 (Arabic zones), GMMSport.com and Setanta Sports Australia (Asia), Sport 2 and Sport TV1 (Europe). Full details feature on the Gold Cup 2013 competition page.

We know that the second half will be the deciding force in these matches. Each squad has proven that in making it to the final.

Players to Watch on Both Sides

Landon Donovan, USA

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After allowing Chris Wondolowski to take the early spotlight, Donovan has shown and proved he is the most valuable player on the American side.

He played a role in all three goals the Americans scored against Honduras in the semifinal match. The 31-year-old scored two and set up the other tally as the United States won 3-1.

 

Getting off to a quick start will be crucial for the Americans. They’ve recorded a goal inside the 21-minute mark in three of their five Gold Cup wins, and getting another quick strike would make the Americans heavy favorites to survive whatever second-half onslaught Panama brings their way.

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The first time these two nations met in 2013, the United States captured a 2-0 victory. Jozy Altidore’s strike at 36 minutes gave the U.S. a lead it would not relinquish, and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Klinsmann’s men push the pace early against Panama to accomplish a similar feat.

 

Roman Torres, Panama

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Veteran Panamanian defender Roman Torres isn’t known for his goalscoring prowess, but the 27-year-old turned out to be the hero for Los Canaleros in Wednesday’s 2-1 semifinal win over Mexico when he scored the match-winning goal on a set piece in the 61st minute.

Prediction

USA 2 Panama 1

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