Coming to a theater near you: U.S. vs. Mexico in a CONCACAF Cup showdown

Photo by Brad Graverson/The Daily Breeze

Photo by Brad Graverson/The Daily Breeze

If you weren’t lucky enough to win the ticket lottery for Oct. 10’s United States vs. Mexico CONCACAF Cup matchup in the Rose Bowl (or if you would rather not pony up several hundred dollars for tickets), 200 movie theaters across the nation have partnered with Fox Sports 1 to show the game live.

Two theaters in the South Bay, two in Long Beach and two in Los Angeles will be showing the game on Oct. 10 at 6:30 p.m.

Click here for a full list of theaters. Tickets went on sale Friday online, but it seems as if the online server is having some trouble displaying showtimes, so calling your local theater to confirm is probably the safest bet right now.

After provisional rosters were released earlier this month, both teams will cut their lineups down to 23 players on Oct. 1. The LA Galaxy have four players on the provisional rosters: Giovani dos Santos for Mexico and Gyasi Zardes, Omar Gonzalez and Alan Gordon for the United States.

Mexico will be missing its captain after Andres Guardado injured his ankle during the UEFA Champions League against Manchester United.

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