On July 12, Jamaica will take on Mexico at Allegiant Stadium while the United States will play Panama at Snapdragon Stadium.
GoldCup.org sells tickets for the semifinal games in San Diego and Las Vegas.
There are also a few tickets left for Our Final at SoFi Stadium on July 16.
Miami, Florida – Concacaf has announced the schedule and pairings for the 2023 Gold Cup Semifinals. The United States vs. Panama game will take place at Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego on July 12, and Jamaica vs. Mexico will take place at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
The competition’s Quarterfinals were held on July 8 and 9 in Cincinnati, Ohio and the Dallas metropolitan region, respectively. Mexico advanced to the Semifinal after defeating Costa Rica 2-0 on Saturday night at AT&T Stadium, while Panama qualified for the Semifinal by defeating Qatar 4-0.
Amari’i Bell’s early second-half goal on Sunday at a packed TQL Stadium was sufficient to give Jamaica a 1-0 victory over Guatemala. Later that evening, after a thrilling 2-2 draw, the United States defeated Canada 3-2 in a penalty shootout.
Schedule for the 2023 Gold Cup *Kickoff times are provided in ET and local time
On July 12, 2023, at 7:30 PM (4:30 PM), at SF2. Panama vs. the United States at Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego, California
10:00 p.m. (7:00 p.m.) Mexico versus Jamaica at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada
The winners of the semifinals go to the Our Final, which will be held at SoFi Stadium in the Los Angeles area on Sunday, July 16.
Sunday, July 16, 2023 – Inglewood, California’s SoFi Stadium
WSF1 vs. WSF2 at 7:30 PM (4:30 PM)
Tickets for the Gold Cup Semifinals can be ordered in advance on GoldCup.org. There are only a few tickets left for Our Final.
Fox Sports | Tubi (USA-English), TUDN | ViX (USA-Spanish), Televisa | ViX and TV Azteca (Mexico), OneSoccer (Canada), and ESPN | Star+ (Caribbean, Central, and South America) all offer coverage of matches for fans throughout the area. They will be accessible for additional regions via Concacaf GO, the Concacaf Facebook page, and the Concacaf YouTube channel (all subject to regional restrictions).
Matches will also be broadcast on numerous radio partners, such as Futbol De Primera in the United States, Teletica Radio in Costa Rica, Monumental in Costa Rica, Deportes Unidos in Costa Rica, Medcom Radio in Panama, TVN Radio in Panama, Emisoras Unidas in Guatemala, La Red in Guatemala, and others.