The CONCACAF Gold Cup commenced on July 7th, and will go all the way to July 26th, and the action will not only deal with North America, but Central America as well as the Caribbean nations.
A total of 12 teams will be battling it the Gold Cup 2015 which were divided into three groups of four teams each. Group A includes both the United States, Honduras, Panama, and Haiti. Group B is Costa Rica, El Salvador, Jamaica, and Canada. Group C is Mexico, Gautemala, Cuba, as well as Trinidad and Tobago. The top two teams from each group directly enter the quarter-finals of the competition and then the remaining two slots are awarded to the two best third placed teams from the three groups.
Bleacher Report quoted CBS Sports' Roger Gonzalez as saying, "The quarterfinals will be played on July 18 and 19, the semifinals are on July 22, the third place match is July 25 and the final on July 26."
Soccer2Go and BT Player will be streaming all the knock out matches, the report said.
Michael Bradley, a playmaker from the U.S. team said his countrymen will be playing for respect in this year's Gold Cup. He told The Guardian, There's no doubt that as American players and as the American team, we still fight for respect every time we step on the field. When you look at some of the players, some of the coaches, some of the teams that we've had over the past few years ... there'd be certain cases along the way where we deserve a little bit more respect.
"But that's life and that's football, and the only choice you have at that point is to keep going, to keep pushing, and to show people somewhere along the line what you are all about."
The U.S. last won the Gold Cup in 2013 and Bradley said this year will not be easy for the American team. Bradley continued, "[It's not] going to be easy. To start with, the quality from top to bottom in Concacaf has gotten better over the last eight to 10 years. Certainly when you look at the World Cup this last summer, you can see that.
"To win the tournament, you know, you have to start with the idea that you're playing three good games in your group, and getting out of your group, and you know at that point it's a knockout tournament, and that point you are trying to move along on game at a time.
"And then, obviously, even if you take care of everything you need to along the way, typically a final against Mexico, or a game against Mexico, at some point late In the tournament is always a very difficult game. Certainly on the field, but also in terms of the emotion, the tension and the rivalry.
However, perennial tournament powerhouse Mexico is expected to give the U.S. team a worthy match. Mexico begins its campaign against Cuba.
Here is the link for results, TV schedules and live streams.
FoxSports Go - This service to watch 2015 Gold Cup using this option comes with a TV subscription like ESPN and NBC. It is available for desktop and mobile (including iOS and Android).
Fox Soccer 2GO - This is a paid subscription that does not require TV subscription.
Fox Soccer 2GO App - This service is the same as Fox Soccer 2GO but allows viewers to watch the game using their mobile phone or any available streaming services.
Univision Deportes En Vivo Extra - If you want to catch the games in Spanish via live stream, this service is the one you should go.
FirstRowSports - This is the most advanced option available. If the above options are not available for you, then FirstRowSports (alternate option here) is the one for you. However, this type of live streams come with plenty of ads and puts you at risk of unknowingly downloading some adware that you do not want. But this service is free. It is recommended that you use AdBlock plus with this service.
Those that want to see the schedule for the entire series should click on the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup schedule.
There will be no traditional radio broadcast of the game, but Sirius XM subscribers will get Fox Sports' live play-by-play simulcast on channel 94.