Canada drawn into Group C of CONCACAF Gold Cup

Canada has been drawn into Group C for the upcoming 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup. Canada, Guadeloupe, Panama and USA will all face each other in the group phase of the 12-team competition from 5-14 June. Either two or three teams will advance to the quarter-final phase from 18-19 June.

Canada has been drawn into Group C for the upcoming 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup. Canada, Guadeloupe, Panama and USA will all face each other in the group phase of the 12-team competition from 5-14 June. Either two or three teams will advance to the quarter-final phase from 18-19 June.



Canada will face USA in Detroit, MI on 7 June, Guadeloupe in Tampa, FL on 11 June, and Panama in Kansas, KS on 14 June. Group A features Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador and Mexico (with matches in Arlington, TX, Charlotte, NC and Chicago, IL) while Group B features Grenada, Guatemala, Honduras and Jamaica (with matches in Carson, CA, Miami, FL and Harrison, NJ).



“We are extremely excited for this year’s Gold Cup and are completely confident that it will be the best ever,” said CONCACAF General Secretary Chuck Blazer. “We are bringing our fans the region’s best football in fantastic venues – with a lot on the line. It is truly a can’t-miss event.”


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