(ATR) The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) confirms that Cuba will play the United States in Washington, DC on Oct. 11. The Concacaf office in Miami announced the schedule and venues for the second round of group stage matches of the 2019-2020 Concacaf Nations League this week. It will be
The FIFA Women’s World Cup and two men’s continental championships will all be decided this Sunday as the summer of soccer reaches its apex. The defending champions United States faces reigning European champions the Netherlands in the World Cup final in Lyon, France. For the first time since 2011, the United States men and Mexico
The 2019 Gold Cup semifinals begin on Tuesday, with three of the usual suspects and a rank outsider still in contention for the title. Mexico and the United States are the traditional powers in the Concacaf region and have combined to win all but one of the previous 14 Gold Cups. After losing the last
The XV Gold Cup that this time will have matches in Jamaica and Costa Rica in addition to the United States, will begin in Pasadena, California this Saturday Mexico vs Cuba and Canada vs Martinique will be the protagonists of the first day. The Gold Cup will have 16 teams. Both Mexico and Cuba will
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