Despite being available in less than half as many homes as ESPN, Univision Deportes Network destroye

Despite being available in less than half as many homes as ESPN, Univision Deportes Network destroyed the Worldwide Leader and every other sports net last night, drawing 1.6 million viewers for its simulcast of the Mexico-Panama Gold Cup match. That’s more than twice as many people as were watching the Orioles-Yankees… »7/23/15 7:22pm7/23/15 7:22pm

Trinidad And Tobago Draw Mexico With Last Second Corner Kick Goal

Before a largely pro-Mexico crowd in Charlotte, Trinidad and Tobago almost threw away their Gold Cup match, before eventually completing a stunning comeback in the 93rd minute. Joevin Jones delivered a perfect corner kick amidst lasers shining in his eyes and bottles raining down on his head, and Yohance Marshall… »7/15/15 11:10pm7/15/15 11:10pm

USA Score, Finally, As Dempsey Puts Yanks Up 1-0 On Haiti

A thus-far uninspired performance by the U.S. has, at least, resulted in a goal and once again it’s Clint Dempsey who scored to put his side up 1-0 on Haiti in tonight’s Gold Cup match at the Patriots’ stadium in Foxborough. Let’s not let Deuce take all the credit, though he’s certainly earned it thus far in the… »7/10/15 9:50pm7/10/15 9:50pm

Chicharito Fractures Collarbone, Could Miss Gold Cup

Mexico will be without their starting striker for much of the Gold Cup. During last night’s friendly against Honduras in Houston, Chicharito left in the 40th minute after suffering an apparent fractured collarbone. Chicharito was fouled while tracking down a wayward pass, landed on his shoulder awkwardly, and… »7/02/15 1:50am7/02/15 1:50am

Under Jürgen Klinsmann, U.S. Soccer Finally Plays The Beautiful Game

Yesterday, the U.S. Men's National Team beat Panama, 1-0, to clinch their fifth Gold Cup. It was a strange match because it was a tough match. Panama never looked a threat, but they packed everyone behind the ball and were able to keep the Americans from scoring for almost 70 minutes until substitute Brek Shea tapped… »7/29/13 6:55pm7/29/13 6:55pm

This Goal Is The Most American Goal That Has Ever Been Scored, Probably

The United States played Costa Rica last night in what proved to be the US men's national team's first competitive match so far in the Gold Cup. And for 82 minutes, the game sucked. The Americans only needed a draw to finish first in the group, and for much of the match, they were content to dominate possession,… »7/17/13 8:00am7/17/13 8:00am