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Football at the Central American and Caribbean Games

Football at the Central American and Caribbean Games
Founded 1930
Region Central America
Caribbean
Number of teams 12
Current champions  Mexico
Most successful team(s)  Mexico

A men's football (soccer) tournament is held at every Central American and Caribbean Games since the second edition of the games in 1930. The following is a summary of the football championships at the Central American and Caribbean Games.

In 2010 only a women's tournament was played. From then on one was held each edition.

Contents

  • Summaries 1
  • Performance by team 2
  • Women's tournament 3
  • Footnotes 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6

Summaries

[1]
Year Host Final Third Place Match
Gold Medal Score Silver Medal Bronze Medal Score Fourth Place
1930
Details

Havana, Cuba

Cuba
[A]
Costa Rica

Honduras
[A]
El Salvador
1935
Details

San Salvador, El Salvador

Mexico
[A]
Costa Rica

El Salvador
[A]
Cuba
1938
Details

Panama City, Panama

Mexico
[A]
Costa Rica

Colombia
[A]
El Salvador
1946
Details

Barranquilla, Colombia

Colombia
[A]
Panama

Netherlands Antilles
[A]
Costa Rica
1950
Details

Guatemala City, Guatemala

Netherlands Antilles
[A]
Guatemala

Honduras
[A]
El Salvador
1954
Details

Mexico City, Mexico

El Salvador
[A]
Mexico

Colombia
[A]
Panama
1959
Details

Caracas, Venezuela

Mexico
[A]
Netherlands Antilles

Venezuela
[A]
Panama
1962
Details

Kingston, Jamaica

Netherlands Antilles
[A]
Mexico

Venezuela
[A]
Jamaica
1966
Details

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Mexico
[A]
Netherlands Antilles

Cuba
[A]
El Salvador
1970
Details

Panama City, Panama

Cuba
[A]
Netherlands Antilles

Colombia[B]
[A]
Venezuela
1974
Details

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Cuba
1-1
(3–0)
(pen.)

Trinidad and Tobago

Bermuda
3-0
Mexico
1978
Details

Medellín, Colombia

Cuba
2-0
(A.E.T.)

Venezuela

Bermuda
3-0
Mexico
1982
Details

Havana, Cuba

Venezuela
1-0
Mexico

Cuba
2-1
Bermuda
1986
Details

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Cuba
1-0
(4–2)
(pen.)

Honduras

Mexico
2-1
Dominican Republic
1990
Details

Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico
3-0
Venezuela

Costa Rica
2-1
Cuba
1993
Details

Ponce, Puerto Rico

Costa Rica
2-0
Mexico

Jamaica
3-1
Cuba
1998
Details

Maracaibo, Venezuela

Venezuela
3-1
Mexico

Costa Rica
6-1
Trinidad and Tobago
2002
Details

San Salvador, El Salvador

El Salvador
1-1
(4-3)
(pen.)

Mexico

Costa Rica
0-0
(4–1)
(pen.)

Haiti
2006
Details

Cartagena, Colombia

Colombia
2-1
Venezuela

Costa Rica
1-0
Honduras
2010
Details

Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
Cancelled Cancelled
2014
Details

Veracruz, Mexico

Mexico
4-1
Venezuela

Cuba
3-1
(a.e.t.)

Honduras

Performance by team

No. Team Gold Silver Bronze
1  Mexico 6 6 1
2  Cuba 5 0 5
3  Venezuela 2 4 2
4  Netherlands Antilles 2 3 1
5  Colombia 2 0 3
6  El Salvador 2 0 2
7  Costa Rica 1 3 4
8  Honduras 0 1 2
9  Panama 0 1 0
10  Guatemala 0 1 0
11  Trinidad and Tobago 0 1 0
12  Bermuda 0 0 2
13  Jamaica 0 0 1

Women's tournament

Year Host Final Third Place Match
Gold Medal Score Silver Medal Bronze Medal Score Fourth Place
2010[2]
Details

Mayaguez, Puerto Rico

Venezuela
[A]
Trinidad and Tobago

Guatemala
[A]
Haiti
2014[3]
Details

Veracruz, Mexico

Mexico
2–0
Colombia

Costa Rica
3–2
Venezuela


Footnotes

A. ^ Final stage was a round-robin group.
B. ^ The Colombian football team were awarded bronze medals in spite of having been thrown out of the tournament.

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesc/cag.html
  2. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesc/cag-wom2010.html
  3. ^ http://shekicks.net/news/view/10957
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