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Gold Cup semi-final fixtures: when do USA and Mexico play?

We now know the final four of the Concacaf competition. USMNT are looking to draw level in the all-time standings with a win on home soil.

Gold Cup semi-final fixtures confirmed

The quarter-final stage of the 2023 Gold Cup concluded on Sunday evening, bringing to a close a thrilling set of fixtures with four fascinating games.

On Saturday Panama had swept aside Qatar with a 4-0 win, which included the fastest-ever Gold Cup hat-trick from Ismael Diaz. Also that day Mexico secured a 2-0 win over Costa Rica to ease the pressure on new boss Laime Lozano.

After those comfortable victories, Sunday brought more jeopardy with two close-fought encounters. First up Jamaica, who have been one of the most impressive sides in the tournament, squeezed past a spirited Guatemala thanks to a second-half goal from Amari’i Bell.

But the crowning game of the Gold Cup quarter-finals was a thrilling tie between the United States and Canada, which USMNT won on penalties. The hosts looked to have secured passage to the semis when Brandon Vazquez scored in the 88th minute, but a 93rd minute penalty from Steven Vitoria sent the game into extra time. The game was tied at 2-2 at the end of the additional 30 minutes and US goalkeeper Matt Turner was the hero with two saves in the penalty shoot-out.

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When do USA and Mexico play in the Gold Cup semi-finals?

The final four in the 2023 edition of the Gold Cup are the United States, Panama, Jamaica and Mexico. Both semi-finals will take place on Wednesday, 12 July.

USA vs Panama - 7:30pm (ET) / 4:30pm (PT)

Jamaica vs Mexico - 10:00pm (ET) / 7:00pm (PT)

In previous round the two-game matchdays have been hosted in a single stadium, allowing fans to watch both games back-to-back. However for the semi-finals the games will be held in two different venues.

USA vs Panama will be played in the Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego, California. The second semi-final, Jamaica vs Mexico, will be held in Nevada’s Allegiant Stadium.