Archives: CONCACAF Gold Cup

FOX Soccer Acquires US Media Rights to Gold Cup and CCL

Posted on by Earl Reed

The CONCACAF Champions League is taking a step towards it’s UEFA counterpart in it’s United States distribution. For American consumers who have enjoyed free, legal feeds from the Confederation’s site, that convenience should soon go away. CONCACAF and FOX Soccer, … Continue reading

Panama 0-1 United States: Gold Cup Semifinal Review

Posted on by Earl Reed

On Wednesday, the United States Men’s National Team looked to avenge their Group Stage defeat to Panama at Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX. Two second-half substitutes contributed to Clint Dempsey’s clincher, as the Americans secured their place in the CONCACAF … Continue reading

2011 Concacaf Gold Cup Group Stage Wrap-up

Posted on by Chris Riordan

The 2011 Concacaf Gold Cup group stage has come to and end.  The matchups for the quarterfinals are set and we are poised for an interesting knockout round, which may be more up in the air than usual.  Two teams … Continue reading

New Venues Highlight 2011 Gold Cup Sites

Posted on by Robert Hay

The list of the 2011 Gold Cup sites was unveiled yesterday and there were two story lines coming out of the announcement: the number of venues that would be hosting their first Gold Cup matches and the number of cities … Continue reading

Top 5 Lowlights of American Soccer in 2009

Posted on by Brian Zygo

2010 is upon us, which means that it’s the time of year when we journalists, pundits, analysts, and/or columnists take stock of the year that has passed and provide you with our lists of the past years highlights and lowlights. … Continue reading

Want To Grow Soccer In The US: It Takes Honest Criticism Not A Pollyanna Approach

Posted on by Brian Zygo

Labor Day has come and gone, the sun is setting earlier, and, even here in Houston, the air contains a slight fall crispness. Yes, the Summer of Soccer is over, and what an interesting summer it has been. Back on … Continue reading

US 0:5 Mexico: Outrage Lost?

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

” It was just a C team”  goes the mantra. For some this is just a simple retort to accept and write off a 5-0 loss to your biggest rivals who were also playing without the majority of their top … Continue reading

US 0-5 Mexico: El Tri Triumphs After Poor Tournament

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Javier Aguirre got a monkey off his back. After a struggle of a tournament which saw El Tri struggle with the likes of Nicaragua and Panama and also need PKs to beat Costa Rica, the Mexican “B” team triumphed today … Continue reading

CONCACAF Gold Cup Final: Battle of the “B” Sides Broken Down

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

When “B” teams face off it’s tough to make determinations about things. Today’s game at Giants Stadium is sold out and is a Continental Championship match. But the fact is Mexico and the United States are both fielding “B” teams. … Continue reading

A Look at Mexico

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Javier Aguirre knows the task at hand. A restless nation and overbearing press make life as El Tri manager almost impossible to cope with. For Aguirre in his second stint on the job after a long and successful run managing … Continue reading