Every day a new edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup is closer, about to start on Saturday, July 10, in the United States, where the Mexican team will seek to endorse its crown against 15 other nations, one of them is Qatar, invited special to the competition.
On how the most important tournament of teams in the region of North America, Central America and the Caribbean can be observed, TUDN will be in charge of transmitting it for Mexico and the United States, as it will with the 2020 Copa América and Euro 2020, both postponed on the issue of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“With this agreement, TUDN has the three biggest soccer tournaments this summer, a total of nine championships and more than 120 games, representing a historic streak never seen before in the live soccer broadcast environment. It will be an action-packed summer for the destiny of soccer and we look forward to offering every moment to our fans”, Univision Deportes president Juan Carlos Rodríguez announced a few weeks ago.
However, TV Azteca will also be able to broadcast the Tricolor matches in the Central American contest, although it is not yet known if they will have other commitments where the Aztecs are not present, something that Televisa Deportes will have.
On the other hand, in the United States there will be three open television signals and four pay channels, who will be able to enjoy, both in English and Spanish, the 32 matches that the CONCACAF championship will have.
All matches of Las Barras and Las Estrellas can be followed in English through FOX Sports 1 (FS1) and FOX Sports 2 (FS2), while in others such as Univision and Unimás, they will be available in the native language of the country, as well as in Spanish, without forgetting Galavisión.
Likewise, the Gold Cup can also be seen in streaming through the FOX Sports NOW and TUDN applications, in addition to the FOX Sports Live platforms and the official Univision site. Finally, in Canada you will be able to enjoy the action of the contest thanks to OneSoccer, with which, there are several alternatives not to miss the CONCACAF tournament.