A lot of people have questions about where they can find Telefutura and what it is. Hope this helps. Telefutura is an offshoot of Univision, which is consistently the dominant spanish-language television network in the US. The best way to think of it is if you had something like CBS and they started a second over-the-air network. (There are a limited number of games on Galavision, though none that involve the U.S.) Telefutura/Univision/Galavision owns the rights to all Gold Cup games. FSC and ESPN have nothing of the sort. If you want to watch in English, send your hate mail to Jack Warner at the Concacaf office. They sold the rights to Univision years ago. There was a piece in the spanish press a few years ago about Anschutz/SUM looking at buying the rights from them, but I don't know what ever became of that. (My guess is that, considering the ratings, it just wasn't worth it). Telefutura owns 18 full-power stations and 15 low-power stations in the following markets: Los Angeles New York Miami-Ft. Lauderdale Houston Chicago Dallas-Ft. Worth San Antonio San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose Phoenix-Flagstaff Fresno Albuquerque Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto Denver, Philadelphia Washington D.C. Raleigh Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne Tampa-St. Petersburg Boston Tucson-Douglas Bakersfield They are carried by 126 different cable outlets, so if you live in one of these areas, you can probably find the games. For example, in Chicago they are WXFT-TV, Channel 60 (with a transmitter in Aurora), but they are also carried on Comcast (on Ch. 22 in most configurations). IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR THE GAMES: CABLE Check your cable operator to see if you have the channel. If you live in one of the above markets, your odds are good. SATELLITE I believe that you can get it on DirecTv only as part of the Para Todos package. Dish Network offers Telefutura as a part of it's Latino Basic package. OVER THE AIR Check your local listings in the markets above.