CONCACAF Gold Cup 2007 Begins Next Thursday on Fox Soccer Channel

Fox Soccer
Channel kicks off its exclusive live coverage of the CONCACAF Gold Cup 2007
next Thursday, June 7, at 8:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. PT with the U.S. Men’s
National Team battling
Guatemala
at the
Home
Depot

Center in

Carson,
California.

Fox Soccer
Channel will also feature the
United States’
early-round matches vs.
Trinidad and Tobago
on Saturday, June 9, and against

El Salvador on Tuesday, June 12.
Additional live coverage includes one match from each of the knockout stages,
culminating with the finals on Sunday, June 24 in

Chicago. Fox Soccer Channel’s announcing team
will be led by play-by-play analyst Max Bretos, with color commentary from
former U.S. National Team star Christopher Sullivan. All telecasts will begin
with a live, half-hour Gold Cup Pre-Game show hosted by Christian Miles.

Held at
stadiums across the
United States,
the 12-team CONCACAF Gold Cup 2007 brings together top squads from North
America, Central America and the Caribbean including
Mexico
and

Costa Rica,
which joined the U.S. Men in last year’s World Cup. Standouts Landon Donovan
and DaMarcus Beasley will lead the
USA
in defense of its 2005 Gold Cup crown; the

U.S. also won titles in 1991 and
2002.

Thursday,
June 7 –
8:30 p.m. ET

US
vs.

Guatemala

Saturday,
June 9 –
4:30 p.m. ET
US vs.

Trinidad and Tobago

Tuesday,
June 12 –
6:30 p.m. ET
US vs.

El Salvador

Sat. or
Sun., June 16 or 17 – TBD
Quarterfinal

Thursday,
June 21 – TBD

Semifinal

Sunday,
June 24 – 2:30 p.m. ET
Final