Precursors of the current Gold Cup tournament; first ten editions under auspices of the C.C.C.F., since 1963 under Concacaf. The last proper tournament was held in 1971; afterwards, the winners of the Concacaf World Cup Qualifying section were considered champions. This mainly came about because of lack of interest from Mexico. The tournament has now been revitalised as Gold Cup.
C.C.C.F. stands for Confederación Centroamericana y del Caribe de Fútbol. It was founded in 1938 and the precursor of the CONCACAF, that was formed when CCCF merged with the NAFC (North American Football Confederation) in 1961.
The North American Football Confederation also organized championships in 1947 and 1949, which were revived in 1990 and 1991 before the introduction of the Gold Cup.
1941 Costa Rica 1943 apparently not awarded 1946 Costa Rica 1948 Costa Rica 1951 Panama 1953 Costa Rica 1955 Costa Rica 1957 Haiti 1960 Costa Rica 1961 Costa Rica
1947 Mexico 1949 Mexico 1990 Canada 1991 Mexico 1992 cancelled NB: the 1992 edition was cancelled because Mexico and USA decided to enter the Amistad Cup instead
1963 Costa Rica 1965 Mexico 1967 Guatemala 1969 Costa Rica 1971 Mexico
1973 Haiti 1977 Mexico 1981 Honduras 1985 Canada 1989 Costa Rica
1991 United States 1993 Mexico 1996 Mexico 1998 Mexico 2000 Canada 2002 United States 2003 Mexico 2005 United States 2007 United States 2009 Mexico 2011 Mexico 2013 United States 2015 Mexico 2017 United States 2019 Mexico 2021 United States Gold Cup All-Time Table and Topscorers
NB: CCCF and NAFC championships excluded. Mexico 11 United States 7 Costa Rica 3 Canada 2 Guatemala 1 Haiti 1 Honduras 1
Thanks to Luca Gandini for information on cancelled 1992 edition N.A.F.C. Championship
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