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Concacaf Gold Cup 2015

The CONCACAF Gold Cup is the confederation’s premier event for national teams, crowning a champion every two years.

Initially involving eight teams, the Gold Cup has developed into a competition of 12 nations, which qualify from each of CONCACAF’s three sub-regions: North America (three automatic entrants), Central America (Central American Cup) and the Caribbean (Caribbean Cup).

It has reached exceptional levels of popularity, routinely drawing capacity crowds and millions of TV viewers throughout the world.

The Gold Cup has been contested on 12 previous occasions. Mexico owns a tournament-record six titles, followed by the United States with five and Canada with one.

The U.S. captured the inaugural championship in 1991, outlasting Honduras in the final 4-3 on penalty kicks after a scoreless draw. That year, the entire tournament took place in two Southern California venues - the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and the Rose Bowl.

As evidence of its stunning growth, in 2013, the Gold Cup was played in 13 state-of-the-art stadiums across the entire United States.

The current champion United States possesses half a ticket to the 2017 Confederations Cup and will face the 2015 winner in a single-game playoff for the right to represent CONCACAF in the FIFA competition. In the case that the U.S. emerges victorious once again, it will earn direct qualification.

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