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Concacaf to stream Copa Centroamericana
January 13th, 2011 3:42PM

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[ONLINE WATCH] The 2011 Copa Centroamericana -- Central America's Gold Cup qualifying competition -- will be available live on CONCACAF TV at www.concacaf.com, beginning with Friday's tripleheader at Rommel Fernandez Stadium in Panama City, Panama.

The competition, previously known as the Copa de Naciones de UNCAF, will qualify five of the seven teams to the 2011 Gold Cup.

Host Panama is the tournament’s defending champion. Costa Rica, the 2009 runner-up, leads all participants with six Central American titles.

2011 Copa Centroamericana Schedule

(All times Eastern.)

Friday, January 14
El Salvador vs. Nicaragua 5 pm
Costa Rica vs. Honduras 7 pm
Panama vs. Belize 9 pm

Sunday, January 16
Belize vs. El Salvador 3 pm
Guatemala vs. Costa Rica 5 pm
Panama vs. Nicaragua 7 pm

Tuesday, January 18
Nicaragua vs. Belize 5 pm
Honduras vs. Guatemala 7 pm
Panama vs. El Salvador 9 pm

Friday, January 21
Third Place Group A vs. Third Place B 4 pm
First Place Group B vs. Second Place Group A 6:30 pm
First Place Group A vs. Second Place Group B 9 pm

Sunday, January 23
Semifinal Loser 1 vs. Semifinal 2 3 pm
Winner Semifinal 1 vs. Winner Semifinal 2 6 pm



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