The 2011 Copa Oro (CONCACAF Gold Cup) takes place June 5-25, 2011 in the United States of America.
Held throughout the country, the 12 teams that will face off in the 2011 tournament are: Canada, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, México, Panama and USA.
The excitement of the Copa Oro will kickoff Sunday, June 5, with Costa Rica vs. Cuba, followed by Mexico vs. El Salvador, telecast on the Univision Network with the renowned Mexican fútbol coach and former striker Hugo Sanchez and FIFA World Cup sportscaster Fernando Fiore hosting live from Dallas.
Joining Sanchez and Fiore as the play-by-play announcers are celebrated sportscasters Pablo Ramirez and Jorge Perez Navarro, with Jesus “El Profe” Bracamontes and Diego Balado as color commentators. Marcelo Balboa, former captain of the U.S. national soccer team will join as a guest analyst. Univision personality Jackie Guerrido and actor/host Ernesto Laguardia will also join this first broadcast of the tournament and “Republica Deportiva’s” (Sports Nation) special telecast on June 5.
Each day of the tournament will feature the pre-game special “Antesala a la Copa Oro” (Prelude to the Gold Cup) with unique guests offering their analysis of the games. The action continues throughout the month with the final match of Copa Oro airing on Univision Network on Saturday, June 25 live from Pasadena, CA.
June 5, 2011 (times in ET):
6:00PM Costa Rica Cuba
8:00PM México El Salvador
Watch the 2011 Copa Oro live online.
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