The 2013 Gold Cup line-up is complete.
With Panama’s win over Guatemala in today’s fifth place match at the Central American championships they captured the last spot for the tournament, which goes this summer.
Also qualifying out of Central America is Costa Rica, Honduras, El Salvador and, surprisingly, Belize. It will be the first appearance at the Gold Cup for Belize.
Those five countries join the automatically qualified Canada, USA and Mexico along side the Caribbean qualifiers of Trinidad & Tobago, Cuba, Haiti and Martinique.
The tournament will be played in the United States in eight stadiums: Georgia Dome (Atlanta, GA), M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD), Soldier Field (Chicago, IL), Cowboys Stadium (Arlington, TX), Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Denver, CO), Rentschler Field (East Hartford, CT), BBVA Compass Stadium (Houston, TX), Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA), Sun Life Stadium (Miami Gardens, FL), Red Bull Arena (Harrison, NJ), Jeld-Wen Field (Portland, OR), Rio Tinto Stadium (Sandy, UT) and CenturyLink Field (Seattle, WA).
The tournament runs between July 7 and July 28.