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2011 Copa Centroamericana Schedule

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2011 Copa Centroamericana Schedule

The Unión Centroamericana de Fútbol (UNCAF) 2011 Copa Centroamericana kicks off in Panama City later today. The tournament serves as the national team championship for Central America and will see its top five finishers qualify for this summer’s 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup in the United States. All matches will take place at the Estadio Rommel Fernández in Panama City.

Defending champions and hosts Panama, six-time champion Costa Rica and 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifier Honduras rank as the favorites to take the cup home. Guatemala and El Salvador should also have a say in proceedings while Nicaragua and Belize have shown signs of improvement in recent times.

Television and Internet Steaming
Most 2011 Copa Centroamericana matches will be broadcast live in the United States on GolTV. Live online video streams of all matches will be available at no cost at the CONCACAF TV website (free registration required).

Group A
Panamá
El Salvador
Belize
Nicaragua

Group B
Costa Rica
Honduras
Guatemala

2011 Copa Centroamericana Schedule (All Times US Eastern)

Friday, January 14th
El Salvador vs. Nicaragua 5:00 pm
Costa Rica vs. Honduras 7:00 pm
Panama vs. Belize 9:00 pm

Sunday, January 16th
Belize vs. El Salvador 3:00 pm
Guatemala vs. Costa Rica 5:00 pm
Panama vs. Nicaragua 7:00 pm

Tuesday, January 18th
Nicaragua vs. Belize 5:00 pm
Honduras vs. Guatemala 7:00 pm
Panama vs. El Salvador 9:00 pm

Friday, January 21th
Third Place Group A vs. Third Place B 4:00 pm (2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup Qualifier)
First Place Group B vs. Second Place Group A 6:30 pm (Semi-final 1)
First Place Group A vs. Second Place Group B 9:00 pm (Semi-final 2)

Sunday, January 23th
Semi-final 1 Loser vs. Semi-final 2 Loser 3:00 pm (Third Place)
Winner Semi-final 1 vs. Winner Semi-final 2 6:00 pm (championship Match)

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