On Sunday, one of the world's best national team rivalries will write its next chapter as the United States and Mexico face off in the Concacaf Nations League final in Denver. Both teams are coming off poor victories in the semifinals, failing to impress, with the U.S. getting a late goal from Jordan Siebatcheu to beat Honduras, while El Tri had to suffer through penalty kicks to beat Costa Rica.
The victor claims the trophy and becomes the instant favorite to win another one this summer with the Gold Cup set for next month.
Sunday's final will begin at 9 p.m. ET from Empower Field at Mile High, and you can watch on CBS Sports Network and Paramount+. Don't forget to tune in before and after the match as well for expanded coverage hosted by Kate Abdo with Clint Dempsey, Charlie Davies and Oguchi Onyewu.
Here's everything you need to know about the match:
- Date: Sunday, June 6
- Time: 9 p.m. ET
- Location: Empower Field at Mile High -- Denver, Colorado
- TV: CBS Sports Network
- Live stream: Paramount+
- Odds: USMNT +190; Draw +200; Mexico +140 (via William Hill Sportsbook)
Additional Concacaf coverage
CBS Sports will be providing coverage before, during and after the match in addition to the television broadcast both on CBSSports.com and our streaming platform, CBS Sports HQ. And of course, the USMNT and Mexico are not the only match being played Sunday. You can also catch the Concacaf Nations League third place match between Honduras and Costa Rica on Paramount+ kicking off at 6:30 ET.