The Gold Cup is the regional championship that crowns the best national team in North America, Central America and the Caribbean region (CONCACAF). The tournament is held every two years and Mexico is the defending champion.
The 2021 edition is being held in the USA with 16 participating countries, including special guest team and reigning Asian champion Qatar. The 16 teams were split into four groups; the top two finishers in each group will advance to the quarterfinals. The knockout matches will play out through to the final on Aug. 1.
A preliminary round was held July 2-6, from which Trinidad & Tobago, Haiti and Guadeloupe advanced to the group stage. Curacao was forced to withdraw a day before the tournament after an outbreak of positive COVID-19 tests. Guatemala, the highest-ranked team from those eliminated in the preliminary round, took its place.
How to watch Gold Cup 2021 matches in USA
- TV channels: Fox, FS1, FS2
- Spanish-language TV: Univision, UniMas, TUDN, Galavision
- Streams: fuboTV (all 31 matches) | Fox Sports & TUDN apps for authenticated subscribers
Fox will broadcast all 31 matches in English on Fox (one match), FS1 (24 matches) and FS2 (six matches). All the action will be available on the Fox Sports app for authenticated subscribers.
Univision will carry Spanish-language coverage of all 31 matches across its network of channels: Univision (16 matches), UniMas (10 matches), TUDN (27 matches) and Galavision (four matches). Matches will also be…