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Football at the Central American Games

Football at the Central American Games
Founded 1973
Region Central America
Number of teams 7
Current champions Honduras
Most successful team(s) Honduras

The UNCAF and ORDECA. It is scheduled to be held every four years years. The tournament is only open to players who are aged 21 and below. In 2001 a women's tournament was played for the first time.

Contents

  • Champions 1
  • Performance by team 2
  • Women's tournament 3
    • Champions 3.1
  • See also 4
  • External links 5

Champions

Year Hosts Gold Medal Silver Medal Bronze Medal
1973 Guatemala City  Panama  Nicaragua  El Salvador
1977 San Salvador  El Salvador  Panama  Guatemala
1986 Guatemala City  Guatemala  Honduras  Nicaragua
1990 Tegucigalpa  Honduras  Costa Rica  Nicaragua
1994 San Salvador  Honduras  El Salvador  Costa Rica
1997 San Pedro Sula  Costa Rica  Panama  Honduras
2001 Guatemala City  Guatemala  Honduras  Costa Rica
2006 San Pedro Sula Cancelled
2010 Panama City Cancelled
2013 San José  Honduras  Costa Rica  El Salvador

Performance by team

No. Team 1st 2nd
1  Honduras 3 2
2  Guatemala 2 0
3  Panama 1 2
3  Costa Rica 1 2
5  El Salvador 1 1
6  Nicaragua 0 1
7  Belize 0 0

Women's tournament

Champions

Year Hosts Gold Medal Silver Medal Bronze Medal
2001 Guatemala City  Costa Rica  Honduras  Guatemala
2013 San José  Costa Rica  Nicaragua  Guatemala

See also

External links

  • RSSSF.com - Juegos Centroamericanos
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