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Gold Cup 2009 – USA

CONCACAF Gold Cup – USA 2009

The 10th edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup is scheduled to take place from 3rd July – 26th July 2009. There will be three groups of four teams. The Group winners and runners-up will advance to the quarter finals along with the two best third-placed teams and the tournament will continue on a knock-out basis culminating in the final at the Giants Stadium in New York. Twelve other venues will be used, with each one staging a double-header. The qualification tournaments have now finished and the 12 finalists are as follows:

Canada
Costa Rica
El Salvador
Grenada
Guadeloupe
Haiti*
Honduras
Jamaica
Mexico
Nicaragua
Panama
USA
*Cuba qualified but withdrew and were
replaced by Haiti.

Groups

Group A Fixtures / Results
03-07-2009 20:00 Canada 1-0 Jamaica Los Angeles
03-07-2009 22:00 Costa Rica 1-2 El Salvador Los Angeles
07-07-2009 19:00 Jamaica 0-1 Costa Rica Columbus
07-07-2009 21:00 Canada 1-0 El Salvador Columbus
10-07-2009 19:00 Canada 2-2 Costa Rica Miami
10-07-2009 21:00 El Salvador 0-1 Jamaica Miami

(All kick off times in EDT)

Group A P W D L F A Pts
Canada 3 2 1 0 4 2 7
Costa Rica 3 1 1 1 4 4 4
Jamaica 3 1 0 2 1 3 3
El Salvador 3 1 0 2 2 3 3

Group B Fixtures / Results
04-07-2009 19:00 Honduras 1-0 Haiti Seattle
04-07-2009 21:00 USA 4-0 Grenada Seattle
08-07-2009 19:00 Haiti 2-0 Grenada Washington
08-07-2009 21:00 USA 2-0 Honduras Washington
11-07-2009 19:00 USA 2-2 Haiti Boston
11-07-2009 21:00 Honduras 4-0 Grenada Boston

(All kick off times in EDT)

Group B P W D L F A Pts
USA 3 2 1 0 8 2 7
Honduras 3 2 0 1 5 2 6
Haiti 3 1 1 1 4 3 4
Grenada 3 0 0 3 0 10 0

Group C Fixtures / Results
05-06-2009 17:00 Panama 1-2 Guadeloupe San Francisco
05-06-2009 19:00 Mexico 2-0 Nicaragua San Francisco
09-06-2009 20:00 Guadeloupe 2-0 Nicaragua Houston
09-06-2009 22:00 Mexico 1-1 Panama Houston
12-06-2009 17:00 Panama 4-0 Nicaragua Phoenix
12-06-2009 19:00 Mexico 2-0 Guadeloupe Phoenix

(All kick off times in EDT)

Group C P W D L F A Pts
Mexico 3 2 1 0 5 1 7
Guadeloupe 3 2 0 1 4 3 6
Panama 3 1 1 1 6 3 4
Nicaragua 3 0 0 3 0 8 0

Quarter Finals
18-07-2009 17:00 Canada 0-1 Honduras Philadelphia
18-07-2009 20:00 USA 2-1 Panama (aet) Philadelphia
19-07-2009 15:00 Guadeloupe 1-5 Costa Rica Dallas
19-07-2009 18:00 Mexico 4-0 Haiti Dallas
Semi Finals
23-07-2009 18:00 USA 2-0 Honduras Chicago
23-07-2009 21:00 Mexico 1-1 Costa Rica (aet, 5-3 pens) Chicago
Final
26-07-2009 15:00 Mexico 5-0 USA New York

Top Scorers

Name Country Goals
Miguel Sabah Mexico 4
Blas Perez Panama 3
Pablo Edson Barrera Mexico 2
Ali Gerba Canada 2
William Osael Romero El Salvador 2
Carlo Costly Honduras 2
Stuart Holden USA 2
Luis Tejada Panama 2
Walter Martinez Honduras 2
Celso Borges Costa Rica 2
Andy Herron Costa Rica 2
Alvaro Saborio Costa Rica 2
Kenny Cooper USA 2
Gerardo Torrado Mexico 2
Giovani Dos Santos Mexico 2
Guillermo Franco Mexico 2
Warren Granados Costa Rica 1
Freddy Adu USA 1
Robbie Rogers USA 1
Charles Davies USA 1
Fabrice Noel Haiti 1
James Marcelin Haiti 1
Santino Quaranta USA 1
Brian Ching USA 1
Nelson Barahona Panama 1
Loic Loval Guadeloupe 1
David Fleurival Guadeloupe 1
Luis Miguel Noriega Mexico 1
Stephane Auvray Guadeloupe 1
Ludovic Gotin Guadeloupe 1
Patrice Bernier Canada 1
Marcel De Jong Canada 1
Walter Centeno Costa Rica 1
Omar Cummings Jamaica 1
Davy Arnaud USA 1
Vaniel Sirin Haiti 1
Mones Chery Haiti 1
Roger Espinoza Honduras 1
Melvin Valladeres Honduras 1
Gabriel Gomez Panama 1
Kyle Beckerman USA 1
Alexandre Alphonse Guadeloupe 1
Pablo Herrera Costa Rica 1
Clarence Goodson USA 1
Froylan Ledezma Costa Rica 1
Jose Castro Mexico 1
Carlos Vela Mexico 1

Links

CONCACAF Gold Cup – Official tournament website
Gold Cup 2009 Qualification Tournaments

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