Canada vs. Panama: Live Stream Info for Gold Cup 2013 Match

Ryan DavenportContributor IJuly 14, 2013

Jul 11, 2013; Seattle, WA, USA; Panama celebrates after Panama forward Gabriel Torres (9) scored a goal against Martinique on a penalty kick during the 2nd half at CenturyLink Field. Panama defeated Martinique 1-0. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports
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Sunday will see the final match of Canada's 2013 Gold Cup entry, as Colin Miller's winless side will take on group-leading Panama at Sports Authority Field in Denver. 

So far, it has been a very trying tournament for the Canadians, who have gone scoreless in back-to-back losses to Martinique and Mexico. 

For Panama, who have steamrolled the competition through their first two games, the hot start may be the beginning of another deep Gold Cup run. 

Heading into Sunday's Group A match, here's a look at all the information you'll need to know in order to catch all the action live. 


When: Sunday, July 14, at 3:30 p.m. ET

Where: Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colo.

TV: Fox Soccer

Live Stream: Fox Soccer 2Go


In recent years, Panama have put together a number of strong showings at the Gold Cup, reaching at least the quarterfinals in each of the previous four editions of the tournament, highlighted by a second-place finish in 2005. 

At the other end of the field, Canada will be disappointed to go home without a single point or even a goal.

Regardless of the outcome of Sunday's match, it is a time of transition for the Canadian national squad, as Miller will be replaced by Benito Floro as in August, per CBC Sports.

Despite the Canadian side's struggles through their first two matches, it's not as if this is a team that should be overlooked. Canada are a two-time Gold Cup champion, and though Miller's squad will likely be without a couple of key players in Will Johnson and Russell Teibert, there's enough talent for the Canadians to make some late noise against Panama. 

Miller will certainly hope to end his time as Canada's manager on a high note, but that will be a tall order given how strong Panama have looked during the early stages of the tournament.