Here’s everything you need to know to find Mexico vs. Jamaica on US television and/or Internet tonight in order to see who will win the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
After Mexico’s controversial 2-1 win against Panama and Jamaica’s shocking win against the US, the stage is set for what should be an entertaining final, which will be televised live on US TV and Internet.
But where? What time? And how can you watch the game online, if you want to instead?
Read on to find out all of the details.
First, here’s the information you need to know.
Who: Mexico vs. Jamaica
What: 2015 Gold Cup final
When: Pregame coverage starts at 7:30pm ET. Game kicks off at 8pm ET
Where: Live on FOX Sports 1 and Univision plus Univision Deportes Network (TV). Live Internet coverage on FOX Sports GO and FOX Soccer 2GO.
If you’ve never used FOX Soccer GO before, it’s a free app that works on the web, smartphones and tablets. In order for it to work though, you have to be a TV subscriber to FOX Sports 1 so you can authenticate using the username/password for use for your cable or satellite TV provider.
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