Football - Concacaf Gold Cup

The forerunner to the Gold Cup - the Central American and Caribbean Championship - became accepted as a major international title in 1963, with the addition of local footballing power Mexico to the list of entrants for a tournament that had run since 1941. In 1991 the first truly representative competition for national teams in the Concacaf (North, Central America and the Caribbean) federation was held when the Gold Cup came into existence.

YEAR
 WINNERS
RUNNERS-UP
1963
COSTA RICA
El Salvador
1965
MEXICO
Guatemala
1967
GUATEMALA
Mexico
1969
COSTA RICA
Guatemala
1971
MEXICO
Haiti
1973
HAITI
Trinidad/Tobago
1977
MEXICO
Haiti 
1981
HONDURAS
El Salvador
1985
CANADA
Honduras
1989
COSTA RICA
USA
1991
USA
Honduras
1993
MEXICO
USA
1996
MEXICO
Brazil
1998
MEXICO
USA
2000
CANADA
Colombia
2002
USA
Costa Rica
2003
MEXICO
Brazil
2005
USA
Panama
2007
USA
Mexico
2009 MEXICO USA
2011
MEXICO
USA
2013 USA Panama
2015 MEXICO Jamaica
2017 USA Jamaica
2019 MEXICO USA

Finals at:
 
San Salvador 1963
Guatemala City *1965
Tegucigalpa *1967, *81
San Jose *1969
Trinidad & Tobago ~1971
Port-au-Prince *1973
Mexico City 1977, 93, 2003 
Los Angeles 1991, 96, 98, 2000
Pasadena 2002, 11
East Rutherford 2005, 09 
Chicago 2007, 13, 19
Philadelphia 2015
Santa Clara 2017

In 1985 & 1989 the tournament was played at various venues in different countries, No final
*Whole tournament held at one stadium
~Event staged at various venues in Trinidad & Tobago

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