Football at the 2011 Pan American Games

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Football
at the XVI Pan American Games
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Venue Omnilife Stadium
Dates October 18 – October 28
Competitors 287 from 12 nations
«2007 2015»
Football at the 2011 Pan American Games
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Tournament
men  women
Squads
men  women

Football at the 2011 Pan American Games was held in Guadalajara, Mexico from October 18 to October 28. Associations affiliated with FIFA were invited to send their full women's national teams and men's U-22 teams to participate. In addition teams are allowed to enter a maximum of eighteen athletes.[1]

For these games, the men and women competed in an 8-team tournament, a reduction of 4 teams for men and 2 for women, who competed with 10 teams, from the previous edition of the games.

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

Key
  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Mexico 1 0 1 2
2 Canada 1 0 0 1
3 Argentina 0 1 0 1
3 Brazil 0 1 0 1
5 Uruguay 0 0 1 1

Events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
details
 Mexico (MEX)
José de Jesús Corona
Hugo Isaác Rodríguez
Hiram Mier
Néstor Araujo
Dárvin Chávez
Jesús Zavala
Javier Aquino
Carlos Emilio Orrantía
Oribe Peralta
Othoniel Arce
Jerónimo Amione
José Antonio Rodríguez
Ricardo Bocanegra
Jorge Enríquez
César Ibáñez
Miguel Ángel Ponce
Isaác Brizuela
Diego Reyes
 Argentina (ARG)
Esteban Andrada
Germán Pezzella
Lucas Kruspzky
Hugo Nervo
Ezequiel Cirigliano
Leandro González Pirez
Matías Laba
Leonardo Ferreyra
Carlos Luque
Michael Hoyos
Sergio Araujo
Rodrigo Rey
David Achucarro
Franco Fragapane
Lucas Villafáñez
Adrián Martínez
Fernando Coniglio
Alan Ruiz
 Uruguay (URU)
Mathías Cubero
Guillermo de los Santos
Gastón Silva
Adrián Gunino
Facundo Píriz
Mauricio Prieto
Leonardo Pais
Gonzalo Papa
Federico Puppo
Tabaré Viudez
Maxi Rodríguez
Martín Rodríguez
Santiago Silva
Emiliano Albín
Diego Rodríguez
Mathías Abero
Gianni Rodríguez
Matías Britos
Women
details
 Canada (CAN)
Rachelle Beanlands
Melanie Booth
Candace Chapman
Robyn Gayle
Christina Julien
Kaylyn Kyle
Karina LeBlanc
Vanessa Legault-Cordisco
Diana Matheson
Kelly Parker
Sophie Schmidt
Desiree Scott
Lauren Sesselmann
Diamond Simpson
Christine Sinclair
Brittany Timko
Rhian Wilkinson
Shannon Woeller
 Brazil (BRA)
Francielle Alberto
Rosana Augusto
Barbara Barbosa
Daniele Batista
Renata Costa
Debora De Oliveira
Maurine Gonçalves
Thaís Guedes
Beatriz João
Miraildes Mota
Grazielle Nascimento
Tania Pereira
Thaís Picarte
Karen Rocha
Daiane Rodrigues
Andreia Santos
Renata Santos
Ketlen Wiggers
 Mexico (MEX)
Aurora Santiago
Erika Venegas
Kenti Robles
Rubí Sandoval
Jennifer Ruiz
Valéria Miranda
Mónica Vergara
Marilyn Díaz
Luz del Rosario Saucedo
Stephany Mayor
Guadalupe Worbis
Dinora Garza
Liliana Mercado
Liliana Godoy
Veronica Perez
Maribel Domínguez
Monica Ocampo
Tanya Samarzich

Venue[edit]

Mexico Zapopan
Estadio Omnilife
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Capacity: 49,850

Men[edit]

CONCACAF CONMEBOL Automatic qualifiers
 Cuba
 Costa Rica
 Trinidad and Tobago
 Brazil
 Uruguay
 Argentina
 Ecuador
 Mexico

Women[edit]

CONCACAF CONMEBOL Automatic qualifiers
 Costa Rica
 Trinidad and Tobago
 Brazil
 Colombia
 Chile
 Argentina
 Mexico
 Canada

Schedule[edit]

The competition was spread out across eleven days, with the men and women competing on alternating dates.[2]

    Preliminary round     Semifinals  M  Event finals
October 18th
Tue
19th
Wed
20th
Thu
21st
Fri
22nd
Sat
23rd
Sun
24th
Mon
25th
Tue
26th
Wed
27th
Thu
28th
Fri
Gold
medals
Men M 1
Women M 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ Qualification standards
  2. ^ Competition schedule