Hosts the United States will play Canada in the final of the CONCACAF Women's Championship after beating Jamaica 6-0 ©CONCACAF

The reigning world champions and hosts United States will face Canada in the final of the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) Women's Championship after the two sides thrashed Jamaica and Panama respectively in the semi-finals today.

The US's 6-0 demolition of Jamaica at the Toyota Stadium in Frisco ensured their qualification for the FIFA Women's World Cup for the eighth consecutive time.

Canada's 7-0 drubbing of Panama, meanwhile, puts them in the CONCACAF final for the first time since 2010 when they beat Mexico 1-0, and also sees them reach the 2019 World Cup in France.

Tobin Heath and Alex Morgan led the US charge with two goals apiece in their match, while Megan Rapinoe and Julie Ertz netted one each.

The US took the lead inside 10 minutes as Heath powered home a rebound after Rapinoe's initial shot was saved.

Rapinoe then doubled the lead after 15 minutes, before they went 3-0 up in the 21st thanks to Ertz.

By half-time the match was already over with the score reading 5-0, as Heath got her second and Morgan her first.

A 96th international goal for Morgan via the penalty spot in the 84th minute capped off a dominant performance.

In their match Canada were only 1-0 up at half time, but six second half goals ensured they breezed through in the end.

Christine Sinclair - who now has 177 international goals - and Adriana Leon scored two each, with the others coming from Jessie Fleming, Janine Beckie and Rebecca Quinn.

The final will go ahead on Wednesday (October 17) at the Toyota Stadium.

The play-off for third between Jamaica and Panama will take place beforehand with a World Cup spot guaranteed for the winner.