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International: 1999 Pan American Games schedule announced
May 28th, 1999 12AM



The schedule has been announced for the men's and women's 1999 Pan American Games soccer tournaments, to be held July 23-Aug. 7 in Winnipeg, Canada. Men's Groups and Schedule The U.S. team, which will likely be composed of members of the U-23 and U-20 national teams, is the top seed in Group B, along with regional rivals Jamaica, Honduras, Cuba and the competition's only South American entrant, Uruguay. Group A: Mexico, Canada, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Trinidad & Tobago. July 24 -- Canada vs. Costa Rica, Mexico vs. Trinidad & Tobago. July 26 -- Canada vs. Trinidad & Tobago, Guatemala vs. Mexico. July 28 -- Canada vs. Guatemala, Costa Rica vs. Trinidad & Tobago. July 30 -- Guatemala vs. Trinidad & Tobago, Mexico vs. Costa Rica. Aug. 1 -- Costa Rica vs. Guatemala, Canada vs. Mexico. Group B: USA, Jamaica, Uruguay, Honduras, Cuba. July 23 -- USA vs. Cuba, Jamaica vs. Uruguay. July 25 -- Cuba vs. Uruguay, Honduras vs. USA. July 27 -- Uruguay vs. Honduras, Jamaica vs. Cuba. July 29 -- Honduras vs. Cuba, USA vs. Jamaica. July 31 -- Jamaica vs. Honduras, USA vs. Uruguay. Aug. 3 -- Group B winner vs. Group A runner-up. Aug. 4 -- Group A winner vs. Group B runner-up. Aug. 6 -- Bronze Medal match. Aug. 7 -- Gold Medal match. Women's tournament debuts The schedule has also been announced for the 1999 Pan American Games soccer tournament, to be held July 23-Aug. 5 in Winnipeg, Canada. This year's games will mark the debut of women's soccer. Five countries: Mexico, Costa Rica, Trinidad & Tobago, the United States, and host Canada, will compete in the tournament which is limited to players under the age of twenty. July 23 -- Canada vs. Trinidad & Tobago, USA vs. Costa Rica. July 25 -- USA vs. Mexico, Canada vs. Costa Rica. July 27 -- Trinidad & Tobago vs. Costa Rica, Mexico vs. Canada. July 29 -- Mexico vs. Costa Rica, Trinidad & Tobago vs. USA. July 31 -- Mexico vs. Trinidad & Tobago, Canada vs. USA. Aug. 2 -- Semifinals. Aug. 4 -- Bronze Medal match. Aug. 5 -- Gold Medal match.

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