CONCACAF Gold Cup 2017: Schedule, Groups, Live Stream, TV Channels, When To Watch

The most important North American, Central American and Caribbean fútbol tournament, Concacaf Gold Cup, begins on Friday July 7th with 12 countries and an uninterrupted schedule until July 26. The fourteenth edition of the biennial tournament will take place in Harrison, Nashville, San Diego, Houston, Tampa Bay, Denver, Dallas, Cleveland, Frisco, San Antonio, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Phoenix.

The acclaimed Mexican team that enjoys seven titles, and the United States that has five victories, return to the fight for the supremacy of the Concacaf, being one of the encounter that provokes more reactions. The Concacaf knockout competition will begin at the Red Bull Arena in New Jersey and end at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

The Groups

  • Group A: New York / New Jersey (Red Bull Arena), Houston (BBVA Compass Stadium), Dallas (Toyota Stadium)


Costa Rica

French Guiana


  • B Group: Nashville (Nissan Stadium), Tampa (Raymond James Stadium), Cleveland (FirstEnergy Stadium)




Haiti or Nicaragua

  • Group C: San Diego (Qualcomm Stadium), Denver (Sports Authority Field), San Antonio (Alamodome)


The Savior



  • Group Stage Calendar: Below is the TV and live stream schedule.

Friday, July 7: 

French Guiana Vs. Canada at 4 pm Pacific on Univision, Unimás , Fox Sports  - LIVE STREAM

Honduras vs. Costa Rica at 6 pm Pacific on Univision Deportes, Unimás  - LIVE STREAM

Saturday, July 8:

USA vs. Panama at 1:30 pm Pacific on Univision  - LIVE STREAM

Martinique Vs. Nicaragua at 4 pm Pacific on Univision  - LIVE STREAM

Sunday, July 9:

Curacao vs. Jamaica at 4 pm Pacific on Univision  - LIVE STREAM

Sunday, July 9:

Mexico Vs. The Savior at 6 pm Pacific on Univision  - LIVE STREAM

Tuesday, July 11:

Costa Rica vs. Canada at 4:30 pm Pacific on Univision  - LIVE STREAM

Honduras vs. French Guiana at 7 pm Pacific on Univision Sports  - LIVE STREAM

Wednesday, July 12:

Panama Vs. Nicaragua at 3:30 pm Pacific on Unimás  - LIVE STREAM

USA vs. Martinique at 5:30 pm Pacific on Univision  - LIVE STREAM

Thursday, July 13:

El Salvador vs. Curacao at 5 pm Pacific on Unimás  - LIVE STREAM

Mexico Vs. Jamaica at 7 pm Pacific on Univision Sports  - LIVE STREAM

Friday, July 14:

Costa Rica vs. French Guiana at 4:30 pm Pacific on Unimás  - LIVE STREAM

Canada vs. Honduras at 7 pm Pacific on Univision Sports  - LIVE STREAM

Saturday, July 15:

Panama Vs. Martinique at 1:30 pm Pacific on Unimás  - LIVE STREAM

Nicaragua vs. USES at 4 pm Pacific on Unimás  - LIVE STREAM

Sunday, July 16:

Jamaica vs. The Savior at 3 pm Pacific on Unimás  - LIVE STREAM

Curacao vs. Mexico at 3 pm Pacific on Unimás  - LIVE STREAM

Wednesday, July 19:

Quarterfinal, 5 p.m., FS1 - LIVE STREAM

Quarterfinal, 8 p.m., FS1 - LIVE STREAM

Thursday, July 20:

Quarterfinal, 6:30 p.m., FS1 - LIVE STREAM

Quarterfinal, 9:30 p.m., FS1 - LIVE STREAM

Saturday, July 22:

Semifinal, 9 p.m., FS1 - LIVE STREAM

Sunday, July 23:

Semifinal, 8 p.m., FS1 - LIVE STREAM

Wednesday, July 26:

Final, 8:30 p.m., FS1 - LIVE STREAM

The body that regulates the Concacaf also announced a campaign to avoid "inappropriate" behaviors in the stadiums that host the tournaments that may bother some group of fans. Concacaf said the campaign will be called "The Stadium We All Want" and will go hand in hand with another social responsibility mission titled "Let's Live in a Goal State" to spread values, shout goals and not hurt sensitivities.

"The initiative will focus specifically on inappropriate behaviors that could adversely affect the stadium experience for some of the diverse fan groups that enjoy soccer throughout the region," Concacaf said in a statementPhilippe Moggio, insisted that it is time to take strong action to improve the stadium experience without offending anyone. "At the 2017 Gold Cup, the focus will be on creating awareness that certain songs may be offensive to some, while going against the unifying nature of our sport and our shared values ​​of acceptance and respect," said Moggio.

Among the actions of the campaign, Concacaf will prevent the television audience from reproducing offensive and discriminatory behavior through the international channels of transmission they control.

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