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U.S. MNT Set for Second Game of Group C against Panama

JUNE 11, 2011

GAME TWO IN TAMPA: After a successful start to the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup with a 2-0 win against Canada in Detroit, the U.S. headed south to Tampa, Fla., to prepare to face Panama on Saturday, June 11, at Raymond James Stadium. Group C’s first-place position is up for grabs as Panama was 3-2 winners against Guadeloupe in Tuesday’s other match and currently sits in second place behind the U.S. on goal differential. Kickoff is slated for 8 p.m. ET and the match will be broadcast live on FOX Soccer, TeleFutura, and Fans can follow the action with updates from’s MatchTracker and on Twitter @ussoccer.

SIGHTS ON SECOND ROUND: The U.S.-Panama match is the second of a double header that begins with Canada facing Guadeloupe at 6 p.m. ET. If Canada gets at least one point in the match against Guadeloupe, then a U.S. win against Panama would secure a top-two finish in the group and assure the team of quarterfinal berth after two games.

United States Gold Cup Schedule

Date Opponent Result/Time TV/U.S. Goalscorers Venue
June 7 Canada 2-0 W Altidore, Dempsey Ford Field; Detroit, Mich.
June 11 Panama 8 p.m. ET FOX Soccer / TeleFutura Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, Fla.
June 14 Guadeloupe 8 p.m. CT FOX Soccer / TeleFutura LIVESTRONG Soccer Park; Kansas City, Kan.

Team GP W L T GF GA GD Pts.
USA 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 3
PAN 1 1 0 0 3 2 +1 3
GPE 1 0 1 0 2 3 -1 0
CAN 1 0 1 0 0 2 -2 0
Complete Schedule and Standings

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  • The U.S. is seeking its fifth Gold Cup title, with prior championships coming in 1991, 2002, 2005 and 2007. 
  • Winning the 2011 version of the confederation championship has a massive bonus attached to it – the right to play in the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil just one year prior to the 2014 FIFA World Cup. 
  • Landon Donovan tied Kasey Keller for first all-time with 23 Gold Cup appearances (a CONCACAF and U.S. record). 
  • Juan Agudelo, Jozy Altidore, Jermaine Jones and Tim Ream made their Gold Cup debuts in the starting lineup against Canada. 
  • Chris Wondolowski (64th minute), Sacha Kljestan (74th minute) and Maurice Edu (79th minute) made their first Gold Cup appearances, entering as subs. 
  • Clint Dempsey’s 62nd minute goal against Canada is his third career goal in the Gold Cup and 20th overall. 
  • Altidore’s goal came in his Gold Cup debut and was the 12th of his career. 
  • Agudelo is the first U.S. player to appear in a CONCACAF Gold Cup match prior to his 19th birthday, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Agudelo (18 years, 196 days) broke the mark held by DaMarcus Beasley in 2002 (19 years, 240 days). 
  • The U.S. has never lost a match in the group stage of the Gold Cup, winning 24 and tying twice in 26 matches. 
  • The U.S. has won all 11 of its Gold Cup openers, outscoring opponents 27-5 and posting seven shutouts. 
  • Saturday’s match in Detroit was the 50th for the U.S. in the Gold Cup, a CONCACAF record. The U.S. also has the CONCACAF record for wins, holding a 39-5-6 record. 
  • Agudelo is the only player to appear in all five games in 2011 and was credited with his first career assist against Canada. 
  • Ream leads the team with 360 minutes played. 
  • Ream and Altidore are the only players to have started four games in 2011. 
  • Updated stats, lineups and results are available on the U.S. Men’s National Team page on

FOURTH IN FOUR: The U.S. and Panama meet in the group stage of the 2011 Gold Cup after the U.S. knocked Panama out of each of the last three editions of the tournament. The consecutive meetings began in 2005 when the teams played to a scoreless draw in the final with the U.S. hoisting the trophy after a 3-1 victory in a penalty shootout. Subsequently, the U.S. defeated Panama 2-1 in the quarterfinals of each of the last two tournaments, the 2009 victory requiring overtime for a Kenny Cooper penalty kick to send the U.S. into the semifinals. The teams met one other time in the group stage of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, back in the second edition of the tournament when the U.S. won 2-1 on goals by National Soccer Hall of Famers Thomas Dooley and Eric Wynalda.


  • The U.S. is 3-0-1 against Panama in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, the tie coming in the 2005 final with the U.S. prevailing 3-1 on penalty kicks. 
  • Landon Donovan, Clint Dempsey and Oguchi Onyewu were part of the U.S. squad that day. Donovan took and converted the third penalty in the shootout. 
  • The four U.S. players in that shootout were: Santino Quaranta (goal), Chris Armas (save), Landon Donovan (goal) and Brad Davis (goal). Kasey Keller made one save in goal. 
  • Donovan and Carlos Bocanegra scored in the 2007 quarterfinal against Panama at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. 
  • Clarence Goodson and Robbie Rogers are the only members of the 2011 team that appeared in the 2009 quarterfinal victory in Philadelphia. 
  • The U.S. holds a 6-0-2 all-time record against Panama with 18 goals for and four goals against. 
  • All eight meetings between the two teams have come in either the Gold Cup or World Cup qualifying. 
  • In qualifying for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, the teams met four times, playing home and away in both the semifinal and final rounds of qualifying. The U.S. won three times with one tie. 
  • Donovan scored twice against Panama in a 6-0 rout in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 13, 2004. 
  • On June 8, 2005, in Panama City, Donovan and Bocanegra scored in a 3-0 qualifying victory.

The U.S. Men’s National Team will be making its sixth appearance in Tampa dating back to a 1-1 tie with Switzerland in 1985. Overall the U.S. has a 3-1-1 record with wins against Finland (1990), Ecuador (2007) and El Salvador (2010). The 2007 matchup is the most memorable, with 31,547 on hand at Raymond James Stadium to see a magnificent hat trick by Landon Donovan in a 3-1 victory. Of the current Gold Cup roster, Sacha Kljestan has also scored with the full team on that field, getting the game-winner in second-half stoppage time against El Salvador on Feb. 24, 2010. Nick Rimando (not present for Saturday’s match), Clarence Goodson, Jonathan Bornstein and Robbie Rogers also played for the U.S. that day.

OLYMPIC QUALIFIERS: In 2008, Raymond James Stadium hosted the U.S. Under-23 Men’s National Team for the group phase of CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying from March 11-15. The U.S. posted a 2-0-1 record against Cuba, Panama and Honduras. Three years later, four members of the Gold Cup team come to Tampa with experience in those games. Maurice Edu captained the team in the first two games, and Sacha Kljestan played in all three, captaining the U.S. in the third game. Freddy Adu started the first two games and scored twice, while Jozy Altidore also started the first two games.

DEMPSEY GETS IT DONE IN GAME ONE: U.S. midfielder Clint Dempsey has now scored one goal in each of the CONCACAF Gold Cup opening games in which he has played, also scoring in the 2005 and 2007 openers. The goal in the opener against Canada was the third of his Gold Cup career. One year ago, he scored in the opening match at the 2010 FIFA World Cup against England and prior to that also struck against Barbados in the first game of FIFA World Cup qualifying for the U.S. on June 15, 2008. Dempsey has scored in every major tournament in which he has appeared for the U.S., scoring in two World Cups (2006, 2010), three Gold Cups (2005, 2007, 2011) and the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup. He has also scored in qualifying for both the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cups.

COMING TOGETHER: Three days after Bob Bradley’s roster announcement on May 23, the U.S. team began gathering for its pre-Gold Cup training camp in Cary, N.C., the site of pre-World Cup training camps in 2006 and 2010. On June 2, the team departed North Carolina for Foxborough, Mass., where the U.S. then trained once on June 3 before falling to FIFA World Cup champion Spain. Two and a half hours after the game, the U.S. was on a bus to the airport, touching down in Detroit just before midnight. Two training sessions in Detroit preceded the June 7 opening match, and on June 8 the reserves trained on the field while the starters from the Canada match had a gym session before an afternoon flight to Tampa.

FROM WORLD CUP TO GOLD CUP: After the conclusion of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, preparations were quickly underway for the U.S. to build toward this summer’s Gold Cup. In the eight games since the Round of 16 in South Africa, the U.S. played six teams that were part of the 2010 World Cup and three of the top four ranked teams in the world (Spain, 1; Argentina, 4; Brazil, 3). Here is a breakdown of the U.S. Gold Cup roster’s contribution during that eight-game span:

  • Maurice Edu is the only player to have started six games during that span. Jozy Altidore, Michael Bradley and Jonathan Spector are the only other players on the roster who appeared in six games since the World Cup. 
  • Five players on the Gold Cup roster have earned their first cap since the World Cup: 
    • Juan Agudelo and Tim Ream earned their first caps in the final match of 2010, a 2-1 win in the Nelson Mandela Challenge on Nov. 17. in South Africa. 
    • Chris Wondolowski is the most recent debutant, appearing for the first time on Jan. 22, 2011, against Chile. 
    • Jermaine Jones made his long-awaited debut on Oct. 9, 2010, against Poland. 
    • Eric Lichaj debuted on Oct. 12, 2010, against Colombia. 
  • Only three players have played more than half the minutes for the U.S. since the World Cup: Bradley (495), Altidore (419) and Edu (405). Clint Dempsey has played 360 minutes, exactly half.

GOALKEEPERS (3): 23-Marcus Hahnemann (Out of Contract), 1-Tim Howard (Everton), 18- Nick Rimando (Real Salt Lake)
DEFENDERS (8): 3-Carlos Bocanegra (Saint-Etienne), 12-Jonathan Bornstein (UANL Tigres), 6-Steve Cherundolo (Hannover),
21-Clarence Goodson (Brondby), 14-Eric Lichaj (Leeds), 5-Oguchi Onyewu (FC Twente), 15-Tim Ream (New York Red Bulls), 2-Jonathan Spector (West Ham United)
MIDFIELDERS (9): 20-Freddy Adu (Rizespor), 22-Alejandro Bedoya (Orebro), 4-Michael Bradley (Aston Villa), 8-Clint Dempsey (Fulham), 10-Landon Donovan (Los Angeles Galaxy), 7-Maurice Edu (Rangers), 13-Jermaine Jones (Blackburn Rovers), 16-Sacha Kljestan (Anderlecht), 19-Robbie Rogers (Columbus Crew)
FORWARDS (3): 9-Juan Agudelo (New York Red Bulls), 17-Jozy Altidore (Bursaspor), 11-Chris Wondolowski (San Jose Earthquakes)


  • Landon Donovan leads all U.S. scorers with 45 career goals. Clint Dempsey is next with 20, followed by defender Carlos Bocanegra who has 12. 
  • Alejandro Bedoya replaced Benny Feilhaber on the roster after Feilhaber, who scored the game-winner for the U.S. in the 2007 Gold Cup final, was injured while playing for the New England Revolution during a May 28 league match against Los Angeles. 
  • Seventeen players on the roster are plying their trade overseas in 10 different countries. 
  • Six players had five caps or fewer entering the Gold Cup. 
  • Dempsey finished a fantastic season at Fulham where he set both the single-season record for an American scoring in the English Premier League (12 goals) and set the club mark for career goals in the EPL (33).
  • Steve Cherundolo captained Hannover to a fourth-place finish in the Bundesliga and a place in the playoff round of the Europa League. 
  • Three other U.S. players are assured a crack at European competition next year. Maurice Edu (Rangers) enters the playoff round of Champions League qualifying. Sacha Kljestan (Anderlecht) enters the playoff round of Europa League qualifying, while Dempsey (Fulham) begins the first round of Europa League qualifying. 
  • The New York Red Bulls are the only team to contribute two players in Juan Agudelo and Tim Ream. Both youngsters earned their full team debut in the 1-0 win against South Africa on Nov. 17, 2010, in the Nelson Mandela Challenge. 
  • Agudelo became the first alumnus of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy to play for the full team on Nov. 17, 2010, and is the first Academy product to appear in the Gold Cup. 
  • Chris Wondolowski, the 2010 MLS Golden Boot winner, scored six goals in 11 matches to start the MLS campaign. That’s two behind league leader Donovan (as of June 6). 
  • Freddy Adu has been included in the team for the first time since the 2009 Gold Cup. 
  • Third goalkeeper Nick Rimando will remain with Real Salt Lake unless called upon.


  • With an assist against Canada, Landon Donovan continues to move up in the U.S. record books. He is the U.S. all-time leader in goals (45), assists (46) and points (136). He ranks third all-time in appearances with 131, three behind Jeff Agoos at 134. 
  • Carlos Bocanegra has 12 career goals, one shy of the record for a U.S. defender currently held by Marcelo Balboa. 
  • Clint Dempsey is one goal away from tying 2011 National Soccer Hall of Fame Inductee Bruce Murray (21) for the fifth-most goals scored in U.S. history. 
  • With his goal against Canada, Dempsey passed DaMarcus Beasley and Murray and moved into sixth all-time in points with 48, four behind Cobi Jones. 
  • Tim Howard is moving up the goalkeeper record charts, and with 33 wins he is third all-time and four behind Tony Meola. With 21 shutouts he is in fourth place, three behind Brad Friedel.


20 players have played in at least one Gold Cup
8 players on the roster have scored in the Gold Cup
10 players on the roster have won at least one Gold Cup
4 players have won at least two Gold Cups
1 player has won three Gold Cups (Landon Donovan)
8 players were part of the 2007 championship team
5 players were part of the 2005 championship team
2 players were part of the 2002 championship team

Federación Panameña de Fútbol
Founded: 1937 (Joined FIFA in 1918)
Head Coach: Julio Dely Valdes
Best World Cup Finish: Never qualified
Best CONCACAF Gold Cup Finish: Second Place (2005)
Caps Leader: Ricardo Phillips (110)
Top Scorer: Luis Tapia (27)
Key Players: Blas Perez, Luis Tejada, Felipe Baloy

GOALKEEPERS (3): 12-Luis Mejia (Toulouse), 24-Kevin Melgar (Alianza FC), 1-Jaime Penedo (Municipal)
DEFENDERS (5): 3-Harold Cummings (River Plate), 5-Roman Torres (Atlético Nacional), 13-Adolfo Machado (Comunicaciones), 14-Eduardo Dasent (Atlético Bucaramanga), 15-Eric Davis (Arabe Unido), 17-Luis Henriquez (Lech Poznan), 23-Felipe Baloy (Santos Laguna)
MIDFIELDERS (10): 4-Aramis Haywood (Plaza Amador), 6-Gabriel Gómez (La Equidad Seguros), 8-Gabriel Torres (San Francisco FC), 11-Armando Cooper (Arabe Unido), 10-Nelson Barahona (Caracas FC), 20-Anibal Godoy (Chepo FC), 21-Amilcar Henríquez (Atlético Huila), 22-Eybir Bonaga (San Francisco FC)
FORWARDS (5): 7-Blas Pérez (León), 9-Renan Addles (Strongest), 16-Luis Rentería (Real Cartagena), 18-Luis Tejada (Juan Aurich), 19-Alberto Quintero (Ontinyent CF)


  • Panama’s 23 players hail from professional clubs in 11 different countries; six players play in Panama, while five ply their trade in Colombia. 
  • Six Panama starters from the 2009 Gold Cup quarterfinal against the U.S. are on the squad for this Gold Cup: Felipe Baloy, Nelson Barahona, Gabriel Gomez, Jaime Penedo, Blas Perez and Roman Torres. Two players, Amilcar Henriquez and Luis Tejada, were on the bench but did not appear. 
  • Perez scored the goal for Panama that forced overtime. 
  • Five members of Panama’s 2011 Gold Cup squad started the 2005 CONCACAF Gold Cup final that saw the U.S. win the crown in penalties. Baloy, Gomez, Luiz Henriquez, Penedo and Tejada all started, while Roman Torres was on the bench. 
  • Penedo was in goal in the penalty shootout against the U.S. for the 2005 final, saving the second U.S. effort by Chris Armas. 
  • Tejada took the first penalty in that shootout, a shot that was stopped by Kasey Keller. Baloy converted Panama’s lone successful kick. 
  • Nine players on Panama’s roster have previous Gold Cup experience. Baloy, Gomez, Penedo and Torres are appearing in their fourth consecutive tournament. 
  • Penedo’s 15 career Gold Cup appearances lead the Panama squad. 
  • Perez leads Panama’s roster with seven career Gold Cup goals including one in the 2011 opener. Tejada, who also scored in the 2011 opener, is second with six.

In the final Group C match, Guadeloupe will be a new opponent for the United States, with the teams playing in LIVESTRONG Park in Kansas City, Kan., which will host its first match on June 9 when Sporting Kansas City welcomes the Chicago Fire. Five days later, the Gold Cup comes to town with the USA-Guadeloupe nightcap scheduled to kick off at 8 p.m. CT. The Gwada Boys are appearing in their third straight Gold Cup, having reached the semifinals in 2007 before falling to Mexico. Guadeloupe qualified for the 2011 event by reaching the finals of the Digicel Cup, where they lost to Jamaica in penalties after a 1-1 draw in regulation and extra time.

GROUP A - MEXICO'S FAST START; LAST-SECOND TICOS: More than 80,000 fans were on hand to see perennial CONCACAF powers Mexico and Costa Rica post 5-0 victories as Group A opened the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup on Sunday. Costa Rica thrashed Cuba to start the tournament before Javier Hernandez bagged Mexico's first hat trick in the Gold Cup since 1993 - a natural hat trick that included a stoppage time penalty kick - as El Salvador fell easily. In the group's second games on Thursday night, Costa Rica scored with nearly the last kick of the game to earn a vital tie with El Salvador, while Mexico's second consecutive 5-0 win mean they are the first team to qualify for the quarterfinals of the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

GROUP B - JAMAICA LEADS THE WAY: Jamaica came out of the gate strong with a 4-0 win against Grenada, while Honduras and Guatemala played to the first draw of the Gold Cup at The Home Depot Center. All four teams are in action Friday night at FIU Stadium, with Guatemala meeting Grenada and Honduras taking on group leaders Jamaica in the nightcap. Full schedule and standings on

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As Bob Bradley continues the beginning of his second four-year cycle with a third trip into the CONCACAF Gold Cup, a look at the stats since he took over in January 2007 reveal an impressive list of achievements for the U.S. Men’s National Team.

  • Won its group at the FIFA World Cup for the first time since 1930 and for the first time ever in a four-team group. 
  • Earned the first point and win for the U.S. in the third group game at the World Cup in eight tries by defeating Algeria. 
  • Went unbeaten in group play during a World Cup for the first time, earning a 1-0-2 record. 
  • Produced the best finish ever at a FIFA tournament, finishing second at the FIFA Confederations Cup. 
  • Posted a 1-2-1 record against No. 1-ranked teams, including a semifinal upset of Spain at the FIFA Confederations Cup, ending a 35-match unbeaten run for the Spaniards. 
  • Only one of two teams to beat Spain since November 2006. 
  • Won the CONCACAF Gold Cup title in 2007 to qualify for the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup. 
  • Finished in first place in CONCACAF qualifying, collecting the most road wins of any team in the region during the campaign while going unbeaten at home in nine matches. 
  • Scored the most goals (42) of any team in the world in 2010 World Cup qualifying. 
  • Posted the team’s best scoring and defending marks in a year with more than ten games, scoring a record 2.14 goals per 90 minutes while allowing just .57 goals per 90 minutes in 2008. 
  • Won three straight matches on the road for the first time in team history (Oct. 17, 2007 at Switzerland, Nov. 17, 2007 at South Africa and March 26, 2008 at Poland). 
  • Played eight matches against four teams ranked in the top five in the world at the time they stepped on the field against them (Argentina, Brazil-3, Italy, Spain-3).

All-Time: 40-23-12
Qualifying: 13-3-2
Gold Cup: 11-1-1
Goals For: 127
Goals Against: 91
Shutouts: 27

Record vs. …
CONCACAF: 26-5-5, 76 GF, 33 GA
CONMEBOL: 1-8-4, 11 GF, 24 GA
UEFA: 7-9-3, 26 GF, 30 GA
AFC: 2-0-0, 7 GF, 2 GA
CAF: 4-1-0, 7 GF, 2 GA

Record when …
Leading at half: 22-3-2
Losing at half: 3-11-4
Tied at half: 14-9-6

By year …
2007: 12-5-1
2008: 9-3-2
2009: 13-8-3
2010: 5-5-4
2011: 1-2-2



  • The U.S. has won the CONCACAF Gold Cup four times, second only to Mexico who has five titles. The U.S. titles have come in 1991, 2002, 2005 and 2007. Canada is the only other country with a title, winning in 2000. 
  • Four U.S. players have won the Golden Boot as the top scorer: Eric Wynalda (4 goals in 1996), Brian McBride (4-2002), Landon Donovan (4-2003 tied) and DaMarcus Beasley (3-2005). 
  • Tony Meola (1991), Kasey Keller (1998) and Brian McBride (2002) are the three U.S. players that won the Golden Ball as the tournament’s Most Valuable Player. 
  • U.S. players hold four of the top five spots on the all-time appearance list: Keller (23), Donovan (23), Wynalda (21) and Frankie Hejduk (21). Harold Wallace from Costa Rica also has 21. 
  • Donovan is tied with Mexico’s Luis Roberto Alves with a record 12 career Gold Cup goals. 
  • The U.S. and Mexico are the only teams to participate in all 11 editions of the Gold Cup. 
  • The U.S. has played the most games at 50 (four more than Mexico) and has the most wins with 39 (six more than Mexico). 
  • The U.S. has scored 95 goals in the Gold Cup, averaging 1.83 goals per game. 
  • The U.S. has allowed 34 goals all-time, an average of 0.65 per game.

Name                     Caps  Goals   Tournaments
Adu, Freddy               2       1      2009
Agudelo, Juan            1       0      2011
Altidore, Jozy             1       1      2011
Bocanegra, Carlos     14       3      2002, 2003, 2007, 2011
Bornstein, Jonathan    5       0      2007
Bradley, Michael         6       0      2007, 2011
Cherundolo, Steve      6       0      2005, 2009, 2011
Dempsey, Clint         10       3      2005, 2007, 2011
Donovan, Landon      23     12     2002, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2011
Edu, Maurice              1       0     2011
Goodson, Clarence     5       1      2009, 2011
Hahnemann, Marcus   1       0      2005
Howard, Tim             5       0      2007, 2011
Jones, Jermaine         1       0      2011
Kljestan, Sacha          1       0       2011
Onyewu, Oguchi        9       1      2005, 2007
Ream, Tim                1       0      2011
Rogers, Robbie          5       1      2009
Spector, Jonathan      3       0      2007
Wondolowski, Chris    1      0       2011


    Name                   Caps
1. Keller, Kasey           23
    Donovan, Landon    23
3. Hejduk, Frankie       21
4. Wynalda, Eric          21
5. Jones, Cobi             20

    Name                  Goals
1. Donovan, Landon   12
2. Wynalda, Eric          9
3. McBride, Brian         8
4. Beasley, DaMarcus   6
5. Bocanegra, Carlos    3
    Dempsey, Clint        3

On the field for USA
June 7, 2011 – Ford Field – Detroit – CONCACAF Gold Cup Group C

USA         2      Jozy Altidore 15, Clint Dempsey 62
Canada    0

USA: 1-Tim Howard; 6-Steve Cherundolo, 21-Clarence Goodson, 15-Tim Ream, 3-Carlos Bocanegra (capt.); 8-Clint Dempsey, 4-Michael Bradley, 13-Jermaine Jones (7-Maurice Edu, 79), 10-Landon Donovan; 17-Jozy Altidore (16-Sacha Kljestan, 74), 9-Juan Agudelo (11-Chris Wondolowski, 65)
Subs not used: 5-Oguchi Onyewu, 14-Eric Lichaj, 22-Alejandro Bedoya, 23-Marcus Hahnemann
Head Coach: Bob Bradley

CAN: 1-Lars Hirschfeld; 19-Marcel de Jong, 5-Andre Hainault, 4-Kevin McKenna, 2-Nik Ledgerwood; 8-Will Johnson (10-Ali Gerba, 65), 13-Atiba Hutchinson, 11-Josh Simpson; 7-Terry Dunfield (21-Jonathan Beaulieu-Bourgault, 82), 17-Simeon Jackson, 14-Dwayne De Rosario (9-Rob Friend, 81)
Subs not used: 18-Milan Borjan, 3-Mike Klukowski, 16-Tosaint Ricketts, 20-Jaime Peters
Head Coach: Stephen Hart

On the field for Panama
June 7, 2011 – Ford Field – Detroit – CONCACAF Gold Cup Group C
Panama         3    Blas Perez 29, Luis Tejada 32, Gabriel Gomez 57 (pk)
Guadeloupe   2    Brice Jovial 64 78

PAN: 1-Jaime Penedo; 13-Adolfo Machado (3-Harold Cummings, 82’), 14-Eduardo Dasent, 17-Luis Henriquez, 23-Felipe Baloy (capt.); 6-Gabriel Gomez, 10-Nelson Barahona (19-Alberto Quintero, 77’), 11-Armonda Cooper, 21-Amilcar Henriquez; 7-Blas Perez, 18-Luis Tejada (16-Luis Renteria 66’)
Subs not used: 8-Gabriel Torres, 15-Eric Davis, 22-Eybir Bonaga
Head coach: Julio Dely Valdes

GPE: 1-Franck Grandel; 2-Miguel Comminges, 5-Eddy Viator, 13-Jean-Luc Lambourde, 22-Micheal Tacalfred; 6-David Fleurival, 7-Loic Loval, 14-Gregory Gendrey (18-Brice Jovial, 46’), 17-Cedric Collet, 19-Stephane Auvray (capt.) (10-Thery Racon, 74’); 21-Richard Socrier
Subs not used: 3-Stephane Zubar, 11-Livio Nabab, 12-Thomas Gamiette, 15-Julien Ictoi, 16-Fabrice Mercury
Head coach: Roger Salnot

USA vs. Panama
June 18, 2009 – Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, Pa. – CONCACAF Gold Cup Quarterfinal

Panama   1   Blas Perez 46+
USA         2   Kyle Beckerman 49, Kenny Cooper 105 (pk)

USA: 1-Troy Perkins; 16-Jay Heaps, 4-Chad Marshall, 12-Jimmy Conrad (capt.) (3-Clarence Goodson, 46+), 2-Heath Pearce; 10-Stuart Holden, 8-Logan Pause, 5-Kyle Beckerman, 7-Robbie Rogers (21-Brad Evans, 110); 11-Brian Ching, 22-Davy Arnaud (17-Kenny Cooper, 77)
Subs not used: 13-Colin Clark, 15-Sam Cronin, 18-Luis Robles, 20-Santino Quaranta
Head Coach: Bob Bradley

PAN: 1-Jaime Penedo; 5-Román Torres, 23-Felipe Baloy (capt ), 14-Armando Gun; 3-Luis Moreno, 6-Gabriel Gomez, 16-Manuel Torres, 20-Rolando Escobar (15-Ricardo Phillips, 78), 10-Nelson Barahona (11-Victor Herrera, 96); 9-Jose Luis Garces, 7-Blas Perez
Subs not used: 2-Carlos Rivera; 8-Alberto Blanco, 12-Oscar McFarlane, 18-Luis Tejada, 21-Amilcar Henriquez
Head Coach: Gary Stempel