Soccer  > General Soccer  > CONCACAF.com to stream entire Copa Centroamericana
January 13, 2011, 11:52 AM
NEW YORK -- Soccer fans won't have to leave their computers to watch the seven Central American nations battle to qualify for the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup at the Copa Centroamericana. Each game of the tournament, which begins Friday, January 14, will be streamed live for free on CONCACAF TV at www.concacaf.com.

The tournament, which concludes January 23, will be played exclusively at Rommel Fernandez Stadium in Panama City, Panama.

"This year's Copa Centroamericana is shaping up to be the best to date," said Italo Zanzi, Executive Vice President of CONCACAF Marketing & TV. "We are thrilled to provide fans worldwide the opportunity to catch the action live and in-demand for free on CONCACAF TV."

The biennial tournament's media and marketing are managed exclusively by CONCACAF Marketing & TV, which has worked with UNCAF to re-brand and expand the profile of the competition.

The competition, which began in 1991 and was previously known as the Copa de Naciones de UNCAF, will qualify five teams to the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup, the Confederation's biennial premier national team tournament.

Host Panama is the tournament's defending champion, overcoming Costa RIca in the
2009 final on penalty kicks. Costa Rica leads all participants with six Central American titles.
 
January 21, 2011  12:29 PM ET

Cool, hopefully big tournaments will be streamed in the future!

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