Mexico vs Jamaica Live Stream, Start Time, TV Channel & More

On Sunday night, the second semifinal matchup in the 2017 Gold Cup takes place when Mexico faces off against Jamaica at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena.

Neither Mexico nor Jamaica suffered a loss in the group stage, with Mexico earning two wins and one draw while Jamaica recorded one win and two draws.

Now, the teams face off with the winner taking on the United States in the final in Santa Clara on Wednesday.

How can you tune in to Sunday night’s Gold Cup semifinal? All of the information you will need to catch the action from the opening whistle can be seen below:

Date: Sunday, July 23
Start Time: 9:00 p.m. ET
Location: Pasadena, Calif.
Venue: Rose Bowl
TV Info: FOX Sports 1
Live Stream: Stream 1

Mexico Roster

# Pos. Player
1 GK José de Jesús Corona
2 DF Luis Rodríguez
3 DF Jair Pereira
4 DF Hugo Ayala
5 MF Jesús Molina
6 DF Edson Álvarez
7 MF Orbelín Pineda
8 MF Érick Gutiérrez
9 FW Erick Torres
10 FW Martín Barragán
11 MF Elías Hernández
12 GK Miguel Fraga
13 DF César Montes
14 DF Hedgardo Marín
15 MF Rodolfo Pizarro
16 MF Jorge Hernández
17 DF Raúl López
18 MF Jesús Gallardo
19 FW Ángel Sepúlveda
20 MF Jesús Dueñas
21 DF Luis Reyes
22 DF Alejandro Mayorga
23 GK Moisés Muñoz

Jamaica Roster

# Pos. Player
1 GK Andre Blake
2 DF Rosario Harriott
3 DF Damion Lowe
4 DF Ladale Richie
5 DF Alvas Powell
6 DF Sergio Campbell
7 FW Shaun Francis
8 DF Oniel Fisher
9 MF Ewan Grandison
10 FW Darren Mattocks
11 FW Cory Burke
12 MF Michael Binns
13 GK Dwayne Miller
14 FW Shamar Nicholson
15 MF Je-Vaughn Watson
16 FW Jermaine Johnson
17 MF Kevon Lambert
18 MF Owayne Gordon
19 MF Ricardo Morris
20 DF Kemar Lawrence
21 DF Jermaine Taylor
22 FW Romario Williams
23 GK Damion Hyatt

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