Dates set for CONCACAF Gold Cup 2005

Following a meeting of its Executive Committee in Miami, Florida USA yesterday, CONCACAF announced the dates of the 2005 edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup.
The twelve-team tournament, that brings together the top nations from across the CONCACAF region every two years, will take place from 1-17 July 2005 in venues to be confirmed at a later date.
Mexico won the most recent edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, in 2003, that was hosted in Foxboro, Massachusetts; Miami, Florida USA and Ciudad de México, D.F.

Following a meeting of its Executive Committee in Miami, Florida USA yesterday, CONCACAF announced the dates of the 2005 edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup.
The twelve-team tournament, that brings together the top nations from across the CONCACAF region every two years, will take place from 1-17 July 2005 in venues to be confirmed at a later date.
Mexico won the most recent edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, in 2003, that was hosted in Foxboro, Massachusetts; Miami, Florida USA and Ciudad de México, D.F.
Qualifying rounds for 2005 Gold Cup in the regions of Central America and the Caribbean will begin in the second half of 2004.
CONCACAF Gold Cups
Year-Champion-Venues
1991-USA-Los Angeles & Pasadena, California USA
1993-Mexico-Dallas, Texas USA; Ciudad de México, D.F.
1996-Mexico-Anaheim & San Diego, California USA
1998-Mexico-Los Angeles & Oakland, California; Miami, Florida USA
2000-Canada-Los Angeles & San Diego, California; Miami, Florida USA
2002-USA-Pasadena, Calfornia; Miami, Florida USA
2003-Mexico-Foxboro, Massachusets; Miami, Florida USA; Ciudad de México, D.F.

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