Landon Donovan, Stu Holden and John Strong Call USA-El Salvador Live From Lincoln Financial Field

LOS ANGELES, CA – FOX Sports, home of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, continues tournament coverage with quarterfinals doubleheaders on Wednesday, July 19 and Thursday, July 20, as eight teams, including CONCACAF giants Mexico and the U.S. MNT, compete for a place in the semifinals.

Wednesday’s doubleheader features the Americans against El Salvador and a clash between Costa Rica and Panama. The U.S. MNT, which finished first in Group B, squares off against El Salvador at 8:30 PM ET on FS1. Rob Stone anchors studio coverage from Los Angeles alongside former U.S. Hall of Famer Alexi Lalas, two-time U.S. WNT Olympic Gold Medalist Aly Wagner and Emmy-award winning broadcaster Fernando Fiore, with Dr. Joe Machnik weighing in as rules analyst. Lead play-by-play analyst John Strong, former U.S. MNT midfielder Stu Holden and U.S. MNT all-time leading goal scorer Landon Donovan call the match live from Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field, with Jenny Taft reporting from the sidelines. Earlier in the day, Costa Rica’s Los Ticos and Panama’s Los Canaleros open knockout-stage competition at 6:00 PM ET on FS1. Keith Costigan and Eric Wynalda are on the call for Costa Rica-Panama.

Thursday’s lineup features battles between Mexico and Honduras, and Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz and Alphonso Davies’ Canada, beginning at 6:30 PM ET on FS1. Stone hosts pregame coverage alongside Lalas, Fiore and former Mexican National Team member Mariano Trujillo. Famed American soccer announcer JP Dellacamera calls Mexico-Honduras (FS1, 10:30 PM ET) alongside former U.S. MNT goalie Brad Friedel with special reports from Francisco X. Rivera reporting live from the University of Phoenix Stadium. Glenn Davis and former U.S. MNT legend Cobi Jones are on the call for Jamaica-Canada (FS1, 7:30 PM ET).

All matches can be live streamed via FOX Sports GO and FOX Soccer 2Go. FOX Sports GO is available on FOXSportsGO.com or on the FOX Sports GO app, which can be downloaded from iTunes, Google Play, Amazon App Store and Windows Store. Streaming is also now available on several connected devices, including Apple TV, Android TV, FireTV, Roku, Chromecast and Xbox One.