The 14th CONCACAF Gold Cup kicked off in Harrison, N.J. at Red Bull Arena (home of the New York Red Bulls), and will continue through the final on Wednesday, July 26.

The Gold Cup is held every other year and determines the continental champion of North America, Central America, and the Caribbean.

The winner of the 2017 Gold Cup will face the winner of the 2019 Gold Cup (if the tournaments result in two different champions) to determine which nation will represent CONCACAF at the 2021 Confederations Cup in Qatar.

Here's everything else you need to know for the 2017 Gold Cup:

TV: FOX TV networks, streaming on FOX Sports Go and FOX Soccer 2GO. Spanish-language broadcasts available on Univision.

LOCATION: United States


Friday, July 7
French Guiana 2-4 Canada
Honduras 0-1 Costa Rica

Saturday, July 8
United States 1-1 Panama
Martinique 2-0 Nicaragua

Sunday, July 9
Curacao 0-2 Jamaica
Mexico 3-1 El Salvador

Tuesday, July 11
Costa Rica 1-1 Canada
Honduras 0-0 French Guiana

Wednesday, July 12
Panama 2-1 Nicaragua
United States 3-2 Martinique

Thursday, July 13
El Salvador 2-0 Curacao
Mexico 0-0 Jamaica

Friday, July 14
Costa Rica vs. French Guiana (Toyota Stadium, Frisco, Texas), 7:30 p.m. TV: FS1, UniMas
Canada vs. Honduras (Toyota Stadium, Frisco, Texas), 10 p.m. TV: FS1, UniMas

Saturday, July 15
Panama vs. Martinique (FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland), 4:30 p.m. TV: FS2, Univision
Nicaragua vs. United States (FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland), 7 p.m. TV: FXX, Univision

Sunday, July 16
Jamaica vs. El Salvador (Alamodome, San Antonio), 6 p.m. TV: FS2, UniMas
Curacao vs. Mexico (Alamodome, San Antonio), 8:30 p.m. TV: FS1, UniMas


Wednesday, July 19
Game 1 (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia), 6 p.m. TV: FS1, UniMas
Game 2 (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia), 9 p.m. TV: FS1, Univision

Thursday, July 20
Game 1 (University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.), 7:30 p.m. TV: FS1, UniMas
Game 2 (University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.), 10:30 p.m. TV: FS1, Univision


Saturday, July 22
Game 1 (AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas), 10 p.m. TV: FS1, Univision

Sunday, July 23
Game 2 (Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.), 9 p.m. TV: FS1, Univision


Wednesday, July 26
Final (Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif.), 9:30 p.m. TV: FS1, Univision