2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup Schedule: Watch Every Game Online


Every single game of the 2009 Gold Cup tournament is available to watch live (and on replay) online at OmniSport, which is the official online partner for the CONCACAF tournament and the newest sponsor of Major League Soccer Talk, your source for the pre-eminent coverage of US soccer including the national team, USL, Open Cup and MLS.

Each game is available for $5.99, or you can get a Gold Cup Tournament Pass, which allows you to watch every game of the tournament for just $29.99 — a savings of $119.76

The benefits of watching the Gold Cup on OmniSport are:

  • All games are 100% legal
  • New HD quality flash streaming – full screen mode is just like TV
  • Secure payments (guarantees your details security)
  • No adverts promise.

Here’s the schedule for the 2009 Gold Cup (all times eastern):

Friday, July 3

Saturday, July 4

Sunday, July 5

Tuesday, July 7

Wednesday, July 8

Thursday, July 9

Friday, July 10

Saturday, July 11

Sunday, July 12

Saturday, July 18 (Quarterfinals)

Sunday, July 19 (Quarterfinals)

Thursday, July 23 (Semi-finals)

Sunday, July 26 (Final)

6 thoughts on “2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup Schedule: Watch Every Game Online”

  1. Funny how the big talk at one point over at your sister site, EPL Talk, was the fact that U.S. Soccer fans couldn’t “afford” Setanta. Now you guys are advertising a pay service. Guess all of a sudden soccer supporters here can afford shelling out cash to watch soccer.

    The only matches I’m going to miss are the ones on Telefutura. I’m cool with that. I could afford to shell out the money (proud Setanta customer here), but won’t. The Gold Cup is simply not worth the cash. Fine to watch for free, will not pay for it.

  2. Okay, let me ask a stupid question here…. why does the OmniSport site say that Gold Cup viewing isn’t allowed in the USA?

  3. Park,

    That would be because it’s not. Talk about borderline blatant false advertising. Then again, when a Brit runs this website, what else would you expect.

    Oh well it’s all about the hits for this man I guess, regardless if he’s telling the truth or not.

  4. Jason,

    I wasn’t aware that it’s not available for streaming in the United States, but I’ll check with Omnisport tomorrow to see what the deal is – and whether Fox also owns the broadband rights to the competition. We do have visitors from around the world, so they can still watch the games online.

    Not false advertising — just a hiccup on my part. And I don’t appreciate the accusation that this was done purely for the hits. This obviously wasn’t the case.

    The Gaffer

  5. Sorry folks, but I got confirmation this afternoon that the Gold Cup games via broadband on Omnisport are not available for residents in the United States. Not sure who owns the Internet rights for the tournament in the US, but for those outside of the US, most of you can still sign up to watch the games online.

    The Gaffer

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