Mexico Vs. El Salvador, 2011 Gold Cup, Group A: Game Time, Television Schedule, And Information On Costa Rica Vs. Cuba

The 2011 Gold Cup (Copa Oro) kicks off on Sunday afternoon with Group A play, and and you can check out the game from wherever you are in the world. Costa Rica takes on Cuba in the early game, while Mexico plays El Salvador in the late game. Here's all of the information about the games and where to catch it where you live.

Costa Rica Vs. Cuba - 6:00 pm ET, 5 pm local

Mexico Vs. El Salvador - 8:00 pm ET, 6 pm local

Venue: Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TX, USA

Television

United States: Univision

United Kingdom: British Eurosport (Early game only)

Canada: Setanta Sports Canada

International: Various legal internet streams (Most through gambling sites, which we choose not to promote. The presence and legality of this service varies from country to country.)

This game is not available with English commentary in the United States. The only 2011 Gold Cup games that will be broadcast in English in the United States are United States national team games, the semifinals, and the finals of the competition.

For more information on the Mexico Vs. El Salvador game, the 2011 Gold Cup (Copa Oro), and Mexican football in general, check out SB Nation's Mexican football blog FMF State Of Mind.

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