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Jamaica hands U.S. first Gold Cup semifinals loss since 2003
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Jamaica hands U.S. first Gold Cup semifinals loss since 2003
SI Staff
Tuesday July 7th, 2015

Six-time champion Mexico, defending and five-time champion USA and 10 other sides vie for the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup title from July 7-26.

Mexico, playing without the injured Javier Hernandez and Hector Moreno, is aiming to reclaim the region's throne after being ousted in the 2013 semifinals. The USA, meanwhile, can cement its place in the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup by winning again in 2015. By virtue of their 2013 title, the Americans are positioned to secure the trip to Russia automatically with another victory, but they'll go to a playoff for the region's berth if they miss out on the trophy this time around.

The region is about more than the two perennial powers, though. 2014 World Cup quarterfinalist Costa Rica brings a veteran squad to the competition; Caribbean nations, Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica and Haiti have all raised eyebrows, while Cuba made it through to the knockout stage as well; 2013 finalist Panama still lingers as a tricky out.

Scroll below for the schedule and results from every game on the road to Philadelphia:

 

GROUP STAGE
Date Time Matchup Stadium Network
Tuesday, 7/7 FT Haiti 1–1 Panama Toyota Stadium (Frisco, Texas) FS2
Tuesday, 7/7 FT Honduras 1–2 USA Toyota Stadium (Frisco, Texas) FS1
Wednesday, 7/8 FT Costa Rica 2–2 Jamaica StubHub Center (Carson, Calif.) FS2
Wednesday, 7/8 FT El Salvador 0–0 Canada StubHub Center (Carson, Calif.) FS2
Thursday, 7/9 FT Guatemala 1–3 Trinidad & Tobago Soldier Field (Chicago, Ill.) FS2
Thursday, 7/9 FT Cuba 0–6 Mexico Soldier Field (Chicago, Ill.) FS1
Friday, 7/10 FT Panama 1–1 Honduras Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) FS2
Friday, 7/10 FT Haiti 0–1 USA Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) FS1
Saturday, 7/11 FT Canada 0–1 Jamaica BBVA Compass Stadium (Houston, Texas) FS2
Saturday, 7/11 FT El Salvador 1–1 Costa Rica BBVA Compass Stadium (Houston, Texas) FS2
Sunday, 7/12 FT Cuba 0–2 Trinidad & Tobago University of Phoenix Stadium (Phoenix, Ariz.) FS2
Sunday, 7/12 FT Mexico 0–0 Guatemala University of Phoenix Stadium (Phoenix, Ariz.) FS2
Monday, 7/13 FT Honduras 0–1 Haiti Sporting Park (Kansas City, Ks.) FS1
Monday, 7/13 FT USA 1–1 Panama Sporting Park (Kansas City, Ks.) FS1
Tuesday, 7/14 FT El Salvador 0–1 Jamaica BMO Field (Toronto, Canada) FS1
Tuesday, 7/14 FT Costa Rica 0–0 Canada BMO Field (Toronto, Canada) FS1
Wednesday, 7/15 FT Guatemala 0–1 Cuba Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, N.C.) FS2
Wednesday, 7/15 FT Trinidad & Tobago 4–4 Mexico Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, N.C.) FS2
QUARTERFINALS
Saturday, 7/18 FT Cuba 0–6 USA M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, Md.) FOX
Saturday, 7/18 FT Jamaica 1–0 Haiti M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, Md.) FS2
Sunday, 7/19 FT Panama 1–1 (6–5 PK) Trinidad & Tobago MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ.) FS1
Sunday, 7/19 FT Costa Rica 0–1 (AET) Mexico MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ. FS1
SEMIFINALS
Wednesday, 7/22 FT USA 1–2 Jamaica Georgia Dome (Atlanta, Ga.) FS1
Wednesday, 7/22 FT Panama 1–2 (AET) Mexico Georgia Dome (Atlanta, Ga.) FS1
THIRD PLACE
Saturday, 7/25 FT USA 1–1 (2-3 PK) Panama PPL Park (Chester, Pa.) FS2
FINAL
Sunday, 7/26 FT Mexico 3–1 Jamaica Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, Pa.) FS1

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