Grenada and Bermuda set up International Friendly

St. George's, Grenada - Grenada will play out to Bermuda in an International Friendly match on June 10th at the Kirani James Athletics Stadium in an international friendly match that means a lot to both teams.

The two teams are currently in the rebuilding stage and are using the opportunity to prepare for future CONCACAF and FIFA tournaments. With both Grenada and Bermuda out of all competitions, their respective coaches are currently looking at the next crop of players for future events.

Grenada last played Bermuda in March 2015 and managed only one point from their two encounters. The first game saw both teams drawing level 2-2 while Bermuda secured maximum points in the second game winning 2-0.

The Bermuda team will make a short stop over in Florida where the squad comprising of local and overseas players will do some training before heading down to the Spice Isle on June 6th for its first warm up game two days later before playing the all important encounter on June 10th.

Bermuda’s last game was against Canada where they lost 4-2 while Grenada last played against Trinidad and Tobago on April 29th and secured a 2-2 draw.

The Grenada Football Association has confirmed its hosting of the Windward Island Football Association (WIFA) Tournament from June 28 to July 6 involving the host nation, Barbados, Dominica, St. Lucia and St. Vincent & the Grenadines.

Grenada has also confirmed international friendly matches against Panama on August 22nd and Guyana on October 7th both in St. George’s, Grenada.

Grenada is currently ranked 164 in the FIFA Coca-Cola ranking and 22nd in CONCACAF.

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