1990 North American Nations Cup
|Dates||6 – 13 May|
|Teams||3 (from 1 confederation)|
|Champions||Canada (1st title)|
|Third place||United States|
|Goals scored||5 (1.67 per match)|
|Top scorer(s)||John Catliff (3)|
The Corona 3 Nations Cup (also referred to as the North American Nations Cup or North American Football Confederation (NAFC) Championship) was an association football (soccer) championship for the CONCACAF's North American Zone.
In 1990, the North American zone (CONCACAF era) re-introduced its championship, hosted by Canada. Although Mexico and Canada sent their full national teams, the U.S. sent its B-team and does not count these games as part of its official internationals.
The NAFC held this competition in 1947, 1949; the North American zone (CONCACAF era) continued the tournament in 1990 and 1991. While Canada was a founding member of the NAFC, it did not participate in the first two championships.
6 May 1990
|Canada||1 - 0||United States|
10 May 1990
|Mexico||1 - 0||United States|
13 May 1990
|Canada||2 - 1||Mexico|