The 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup Final was the 11th final of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, the international championship tournament for CONCACAF, the governing body of association football (soccer) in North and Central America.
The match took place on 25 June 2011 and took place at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, United States. For the third consecutive final, the United States and Mexico contested the final, Mexico being the defending champions. The final was Mexico’s seventh in Gold Cup history, while it was the United States’ eighth final, and their fourth consecutive final.
For the second straight year, Mexico defended their Gold Cup title against the United States, defeating them 4–2 in the final. Mexico’s Pablo Barrera netted Mexico’s first and third goals, while Andrés Guardado and Giovani dos Santos tallied the second and fourth goals, respectively. Michael Bradley and Landon Donovan scored the United States’ two goals in the match. The loss marked only the second time in 12 years the United States lost to Mexico on home soil. As Gold Cup champions, Mexico earned a berth into the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil as the representative from CONCACAF.