The CONCACAF Gold Cup is a premier nation football event, held in every two years. The competition is primarily a continental football tournament between these countries. CONCACAF Gold Cup is governed by CONCACAF (a non-profit company headquartered in the Admiral Financial Centre, George Town, Cayman Islands in the hometown of CONCACAF President but the administrative office of CONCACAF is located in Miami). Initially, the competition had provision of eight teams but now 12 nations compete that are qualified from CONCACAF’s three sub-regions namely, the North America, Central America, and the Caribbean. After the formation of CONCACAF; from 1963 to 1989, the competition was held in the name of CONCACAF tournament. In 1990, CONCACAF championship was ended and CONCACAF GOLD CUP was created. In 1991, the first CONCACAF Gold Cup was held in the USA. From then on, the competition is conducted in every two years.