CU20: All-Time Finals
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Action from the 2015 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship final between Panama (white jersey) and Mexico. (Photo: Mexsport)

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica – When the United States and Honduras square off at the Estadio Nacional on Sunday, it will be the 12th final in 26 all-time editions of the CONCACAF Under-20 Championship.

The sides met once before in the decider as Honduras prevailed 1-0 after extra time in 1982.

Mexico is a perfect 9W-0D-0L in finals, while Honduras is 1-1-0 and the USA is 0-0-4.

A champion has been crowned 20 times, with Mexico owning a record 13 titles (including the last three), followed by Canada, Costa Rica, Honduras (2 each) and El Salvador (1).

 

CONCACAF UNDER-20 CHAMPIONSHIP

All-Time Finals (when no final, champion in parentheses)

1962: no final (Mexico)

1964: no final (El Salvador)

1970: no final (Mexico)

1973: Mexico 2, Guatemala 0

1974: Mexico 1, Cuba 0

1976: Mexico 1, Honduras 1 (3:2 pens)

1978: Mexico 1, Canada 0

1980: Mexico 2, USA 0

1982: Honduras 1, USA 0 (aet)

1984: Mexico 2, Canada 1 (aet)

1986: no final (Canada)

1988: no final (Costa Rica)

1990: no final (Mexico)

1992: no final (Mexico)

1994: no final (Honduras)

1996: no final (Canada)

1998: no final (no champion)

2001: no final (no champion)

2002: no final (no champion)

2005: no final (no champion)

2007: no final (no champion)

2009: USA 0, Costa Rica 3

2011: Costa Rica 1, Mexico 3

2013: USA 1, Mexico 3 (aet)

2015: Panama 1, Mexico 1 (2:4 pens)