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CONCACAF Gold Cup

The CONCACAF Gold Cup is the main national football competition of the CONCACAF[?] nations. The participating nations are from North and Central America and from the Caribbean islands. From 1963 to 1989 the tournament was called CONCACAF Championship.

It was first held in 1963 and replaced the CCCF Championship (1941-61), which was for Central American and Caribbean nations only. In recent years the Gold Cup has also become a qualifying tournament for the Copa America.

Winners

  • 2002 USA
  • 2000 Canada
  • 1998 Mexico
  • 1996 Mexico
  • 1993 Mexico
  • 1991 USA
  • 1989 Costa Rica
  • 1985 Canada
  • 1981 Honduras
  • 1977 Mexico
  • 1973 Haiti
  • 1971 Mexico
  • 1969 Costa Rica
  • 1967 Guatemala
  • 1965 Mexico
  • 1963 Costa Rica

Hosts

  • 2003 Mexico / USA
  • 2002 USA
  • 2000 USA
  • 1998 USA
  • 1996 USA
  • 1993 Mexico /USA
  • 1991 USA
  • 1989 (no host)
  • 1985 (no host)
  • 1981 Honduras
  • 1977 Mexico
  • 1973 Haiti
  • 1971 Trinidad
  • 1969 Costa Rica
  • 1967 Honduras
  • 1965 Guatemala
  • 1963 El Salvador



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