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CONCACAF Ticket Prices Slashed for El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, Martinique, Trinidad, Tobago, Haiti, Honduras, Costa Rica, Cuba, Belize, US, Canada, Honduras & Cuba

July 4, 2013

Cheap Concert Tickets announces that they have slashed ticket prices for all upcoming matches in the 2013 CONCACAF soccer tournament. CONCACAF games in July will feature the following teams and venues: Canada vs. Martinique & Mexico vs. Panama at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena CA, El Salvador vs. Trinidad and Tobago & Haiti vs. Honduras at the Red Bull Arena in Harrison NJ, Costa Rica vs. Cuba & Belize vs. United States at the Jeld-Wen Field in Portland OR, Panama vs. Martinique & Mexico vs. Canada at CenturyLink Field in Seattle WA, Trinidad and Tobago vs. Haiti & Honduras vs. El Salvador at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens FL, United States vs. Cuba & Costa Rica vs. Belize at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy UT, Martinique vs. Mexico & Panama vs. Canada at Sports Authority Field in Denver CO, El Salvador vs. Haiti & Honduras vs. Trinidad and Tobago at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston TX, Cuba vs. Belize & United States vs. Costa Rica at Rentschler Field in East Hartford CT.

New York, NY (PRWEB) July 04, 2013

Cheap Concert Tickets has slashed pricing for all upcoming 2013 CONCACAF tickets for the tournament that begins on July 7th in Pasadena CA. To get special savings on any CONCACAF match, soccer enthusiasts can add the special customer appreciation promo code SAVE on any CONCACAF ticket order.

Every corner of the globe enjoys experiencing a soccer game in person. Citizens in North America, Central America and the Caribbean especially enjoy this competitive game. The adrenalin pumping excitement and the love of the game was the reason why CONCACAF was established in September 18, 1961.

The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football, CONCACAF for short stands for the governing body of professional football/soccer in these areas. The role of the association is mainly to organize professional football matches for national competitions between teams and clubs. The association is also affiliated with the International Federation of Association Football or FIFA. It is the reason why CONCACAF also organizes World Cups that further brought football hype and excitement.

The merger of the North American Football Confederation (NAFC) and the Football Confederation of Central American and the Caribbean or more popularly called CCCF ended up being called CONCACAF. This association, like many others has controversies and politics involved in its day-to-day operations.

Ramon Coll Jaumet from Cost Rica was the first President of CONCACAF and he was succeeded by Joaquin Soria Terrazas, from Mexico who lead the organization for 21 years. When Jack Warner took over this federation, it became embroiled in many controversies. Allegations of corruption and power struggles amongst the organizations went on when one CONCACAF officer would take Warner's side and the others would side with Chuck Blazer, the Secretary General of the organization. Amidst the finger pointing about who was at fault ultimately led to the resignation of Warner, who was replaced by Jeffrey Web in May 2012.

The CONCACAF has 41 teams hailing from 41 countries in North and Central America and the Caribbean. Three member teams from Canada, Mexico and the United States represent North America. Teams from countries such as Belize, Panama, Guatemala and others represent Central America. Additionally there are 31 other members of CONCACAF who come from far away places like Grenada, Monsterrat and the Turks and Caicos Island.

In 1961 the nine members that founded this group included: Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Cuba and Haiti. in 1962 four member countries joines that were Trinidad and Tobago, Costa Rica, El Salvador and Bermuda. Bonaire who joined in 2013 is the newest member of CONCACAF.

Member countries look forward to every CONCACAF soccer event because of the love of soccer in their homeland. This yearly soccer extravaganza has made the bloodline of every Jose, Pepe and Joseph love football and anticipate another exciting CONCACAF game soon. Reserve tickets for the 2013 CONCACAF tournament early while the selection is the best.

2013 CONCACAF Game Schedule:

7/7/13

CONCACAF Tickets Pasadena CA Rose Bowl – Martinique & Mexico vs. Panama Tickets

Sunday, July 7, 2013

7/8/13

CONCACAF Tickets Red Bull Arena Harrison NJ – El Salvador vs. Trinidad And Tobago & Haiti vs. Honduras

Monday, July 8, 2013

7/9/13

CONCACAF Tickets Portland OR Jeld-Wen Field Costa Rica vs. Cuba & Belize vs. United States

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

7/11/13

CONCACAF Gold Cup Tickets Seattle, WA CenturyLink Field Panama vs. Martinique & Mexico vs. Canada

7/12/13

CONCACAF Tickets Miami FL Sun Life Stadium – Trinidad And Tobago vs. Haiti & Honduras vs. El Salvador

Friday, July 12, 2013

7/13/13

CONCACAF Tickets Sandy UT, United States vs. Cuba & Costa Rica vs. Belize

Saturday, July 13, 2013

7/14/13

CONCACAF Tickets Denver CO Sports Authority Field – Martinique vs. Mexico & Panama vs. Canada Tickets

Sunday, July 14, 2013

7/15/13

CONCACAF Tickets Houston TX BBVA Stadium – El Salvador vs. Haiti & Honduras vs. Trinidad & Tobago

Monday, July 15, 2013

7/16/13

CONCACAF Tickets Hartford CT Rentschler Field – Cuba vs. Belize & United States vs. Costa Rica (Gold Cup)

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

7/28/13

CONCACAF Tickets Chicago IL Soldier Field Stadium (Gold Cup Finals)

Sunday, July 28, 2013

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