The Canadians kick off the next edition of CONCACAF's regional championship on July 7 in the Rose Bowl.Canada will meet Martinique, Panama and Mexico in the group stage of the 2013 Gold Cup, CONCACAF announced on Wednesday.
The four countries comprise Group A of the biennial regional championship, kicking off the tournament in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on July 7. It is in the Los Angeles-area stadium that Canada faces Martinique before the group heads north to Seattle.
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At CenturyLink Field, the Canadians will square off with group favourite Mexico on July 11 before travelling to Denver for the group stage finale against Panama on July 14.
Should Canada progress to the quarterfinal round, it would play in Baltimore or Atlanta on the weekend of July 20/21. The tournament semifinals are set for Cowboys Stadium near Dallas on July 24, with the final to be played at Chicago's Soldier Field on July 28.