Fourteen players from USL Championship and USL League 1 clubs will compete in the 2023 Concacaf Gold Cup. With the preliminary qualifying rounds completed, the final field for the group stage will be set for Tuesday night, with 12 clubs to be represented, divided into six teams.
USL Championship Oakland Roots SC and USL League One North Carolina FC each sent two representatives to the tournament, while NCFC Raheem Somersall Saint Kitts and Nevis are expected to advance to the group stage for the first time after qualifying. Penalty win against French Guiana on Tuesday night.
of North Carolina Nelson Flores and in Auckland Brian Tamacus Will team with Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC Jairo Enriquez The El Salvador national team aims to get out of the group that also includes Costa Rica and Panama.Tamacas captained La Selecta and Enriquez captained Assist in Tuesday’s 1-1 draw with South Korea in the final warm-up before the tournament.
Roots SC Neville HuckshawMeanwhile, he is part of a five-man squad from the USL Championship representing Trinidad and Tobago.Hakshaw, a two-time Championship All-League selection, will join the 2022 USL Championship title winners Shannon Gomez Not just San Antonio FC Leland Archer (Charleston Battery), Ryan Telfer (Miami FC) and Triston Hodge (Hartford Athletic).
The Sokha Warriors have a Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC goalkeeper and are in the same group as defending Gold Cup champions USA and Jamaica. Jamali Waite Phoenix Rising FC Midfielder Kevon Lambert Called Reggae Boys. Rising FC mainstay Lambert is set to make his third Gold Cup appearance, while Waite, who has been active with the Hounds since making his professional debut last year, will serve as backup to Andre Blake.
Elsewhere, the goalie for the Tampa Bay Rowdies Raiko Arrozarena And an FC Tulsa defender Jorge Corrales Cuban national team forward for Sacramento Republic FC Luther Archimedes Representing Guadeloupe, Archimedes scored his first international goal in 2016. Last Friday night they won their first qualifying match against Antigua and Barbuda 5-0..
The 2023 Concacaf Gold Cup kicks off on Saturday, with 16 teams vying for the continental crown. The finals are scheduled for July 16th at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif., with all games televised live on FOX and Univision networks.