Gold Cup: All-Time Semifinal Results & Scorers

Action from the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup semifinal between Mexico (green jersey) and Panama in Arlington, Texas. (Photo: Mexsport)

MIAMI – After 22 games disputed between 12 teams in two countries, the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup is down to its final four.

 The 2015 semifinals will be contested for first time at the Georgia Dome on Wednesday, when holder United States takes on Caribbean champion Jamaica and 2013 runner-up Panama squares off against six-time winner Mexico.

 CONCACAF.com takes a look back at the previous 24 Gold Cup semifinal games.

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All-Time Semifinal Results & Scorers

1991

July 5, 1991: Los Angeles, California, USA – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (A: 41,103)

Honduras–Costa Rica  2:0 (1:0)

Eduardo Bennett 37’; Eugenio Dolmo Flores 79’

USA–Mexico  2:0 (0:0)

John Doyle 48’; Peter Vermes 64’

1993

July 21, 1993: Dallas, Texas, USA – Cotton Bowl (A: 14,826)

USA–Costa Rica 1:0 aet  (0:0)

Cle Kooiman 103’

July 22, 1993: Mexico City, Mexico – Estadio Azteca (A: 110,000)

Mexico–Jamaica  6:1 (4:1)

Luis Miguel Salvador 9’, 18’, 34’; Octavio Mora 14’; Luis Roberto Alves 50’; Ignacio Ambriz 55’  /  Hector Wright 17’

1996

January 18, 1996: Los Angeles, California, USA – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (A: 22,038)

Brazil–USA  1:0 (0:0)

Goals: own-goal, Marcelo Balboa 79’

January 19, 1996: San Diego, California, USA – Jack Murphy Stadium (A: 42,221)

Mexico–Guatemala  1:0 (0:0)

Cuauhtemoc Blanco 64’

1998

February 10, 1998: Los Angeles, California, USA – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (A: 12,298)

USA–Brazil  1:0 (0:0)

Preki Radosavljevic 65’

February 12, 1998: Los Angeles, California, USA – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (A: 45,507)

Jamaica–Mexico 0:1 aet  (0:0)

Luis Hernandez 105’

2000

February 23, 2000: San Diego, California, USA – Qualcomm Stadium (A: 3,402)

Colombia–Peru  2:1 (1:0)

own-goal, Marcial Salazar 40’; Victor Bonilla 53’  /  Roberto Palacios 75’

February 24, 2000: Los Angeles, California, USA – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (A: 2,841)

Trinidad & Tobago–Canada  0:1 (0:0)

Mark Watson 68’

2002

January 30, 2002: Pasadena, California, USA – Rose Bowl (A: 7,241)

Canada–USA  0:0, 2:4 pens (0:0)

Costa Rica–Korea Republic  3:1 (1:0)

Ronald Gomez 44’, Paulo Cesar Wanchope 77’, 82’  /  Choi Jin-Cheul 81’

2003

July 23, 2003: Miami, Florida, USA – Orange Bowl (A: 35,211)

USA–Brazil  1:2 aet (0:0)

Carlos Bocanegra 62’  /  Kaka 90’; Diego 100’ pen

July 24, 2003: Mexico City, Mexico – Estadio Azteca (A: 35,000)

Mexico–Costa Rica  2:0 (2:0)

Rafael Marquez 19’; Jared Borgetti 28’

2005

July 21, 2005: East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA – Giants Stadium (A: 41,721)

Honduras–USA  1:2 (1:0)

Mario Ivan Guerrero 30’  /  John O’Brien 86’; Oguchi Onyewu 90’

Colombia–Panama  2:3 (0:2)

Jairo Patiño 63’, 89’  /  Ricardo Phillips 12’, 73’; Jorge Dely Valdes 26’

2007

June 21, 2007: Chicago, Illinois, USA – Soldier Field (A: 50,790)

Canada–USA  1:2 (0:2)

Iain Hume 76’  /  Frankie Hejduk 39’; Landon Donovan 45’ pen

Guadeloupe–Mexico  0:1 (0:0)

Pavel Pardo 70’

2009

July 23, 2009: Chicago, Illinois, USA – Soldier Field (A: 55,173)

Honduras–USA  0:2 (0:1)

Clarence Goodson 45’; Kenny Cooper 90’

Costa Rica–Mexico  1:1, 3:5 pens (0:0)

Froylan Ledesma 90’+3  /  Guillermo Franco 88’

2011

June 22, 2011: Houston, Texas, USA – Reliant Stadium (A: 70,627)

USA–Panama  1:0 (0:0)

Clint Dempsey 76’

Honduras–Mexico  0:2 aet (0:0)

Aldo De Nigris 93’; Javier Hernandez 99’

2013

July 24, 2013: Arlington, Texas, USA – Cowboys Stadium (A: 81,410)

USA–Panama  3:1 (2:0)

Eddie Johnson 11’; Landon Donovan 27’, 53’  /  Nery Medina 53’

Panama–Mexico  2:1 (1:1)

Blas Perez 13’; Roman Torres 61’  /  Luis Montes 26’