The groups for the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup were drawn this morning, with the regions three biggest teams – Mexico, the US, and Costa Rica – all avoiding each other.
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The tournament kicks off on the 7th on July with Panama vs Haiti, with the final three weeks later on 26th July in Philadelphia.
Only one place remains up for grabs, as Honduras play French Guiana in a play off later this month.
Mexico and Jamaica both face a very busy summer, playing in both the Copa America and Gold Cup. The final of the Copa America is just four days before the start of this tournament. Mexico are the competition’s most successful side, with six titles.
See the groups in the Tweet below:
— Gold Cup 2015 (@GoldCup) March 12, 2015