Groups set for 2016 CFU Men’s Caribbean Cup

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – The Antigua night sky and trade winds, fireworks, dancers, a fire-throwing limbo dancer and soca artiste Tian Winter set the stage for the firstever draw for the 2016 Men’s Caribbean Cup since the competition began in 1989. The event was held poolside at Sugar Ridge Resort. Veteran sportscaster Lance Whittaker from...

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2016 Mens Caribbean Cup draw set for Saturday night in Antigua

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua  – No fewer than 60 representatives from the Caribbean Football Union will be present in St. John’s, Antigua for the draw for the 2016 Men’s Caribbean Cup on Saturday, January 16, 2016.

The draw, which will be streamed live on cfufootball.org, will be held at Jolly Beach Resort & Spa at 9 pm.

Twenty-six countries will contest...

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Trinidad and Tobago beat Guatemala

Trinidad and Tobago defeated Guatemala at Mateo Flores in Guatemala City 2-1 in their 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Round 4 Qualifying match on Friday night.

The other Caribbean Football Union (CFU) teams in the hunt suffered defeat. Playing at home, Jamaica were defeated by Panama 2-0; Haiti lost to Costa Rica, who were playing at home, 1-0; and...

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THE TURKS and CAICOS ISLANDS FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION LAUNCHES NEW LOGO

The Turks and Caicos Islands Football Association re-branded its official logo. The rise in football in Turks and Caicos with more individuals taking part making it the most participated sport on the island.

TCIFA General Secretary Candia Ewif stated "We are launching a new logo that reflects the changes that we have gone through within the past...

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CFU President Congratulates Trio of Member Associations Advancing in World Cup Qualifiers

Caribbean Football Union (CFU) President Gordon Derrick has congratulated the three member associations that advanced to Round Four of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. Haiti, Jamaica and St. Vincent and the Grenadines will continue on the Road to Russia when the next round begins in November.

Trinidad and Tobago, meanwhile, will begin their...

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CFU Sends Condolences to Dominica in the Wake of Tropical Storm Erika

President of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Gordon Derrick has expressed condolences on behalf of the regional football fraternity to the people of the Commonwealth of Dominica on the loss of life, displacement and damage to infrastructure following the passage of Tropical Storm Erika.

“The impact of the storm, which caught our sister island...

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7 Caribbean Teams Eye Spots in Third Round FIFA World Cup Qualifiers

Seven Caribbean teams are preparing to take the six available spots in the Third Round of the ‘Road to Russia’ 2018 World Cup Qualifications which starts on September 4-8 when twelve teams compete in a home and away basis.

The teams are: Grenada, Aruba, Antigua & Barbuda, Curacao, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Jamaica and Haiti and  will be...

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CFU Team Into 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup Final

Jamaica made an historic entry into the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup finals by defeating defending champions the United States 2-1, in semi-final action at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta on Wednesday, July 22, closing the gap for football in the Caribbean.

Jamaica is the first Caribbean Football Union (CFU) member association team to reach the final of...

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Four Caribbean teams in CONCACAF Gold Cup Quarter finals

Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago have made history in the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup as the first four teams from the Caribbean region to dominate the Quarter finals of this prestigious event all at the same time.

In the Quarter finals which begins on Saturday, July 18, Cuba meets the USA at the M T Bank Stadium in Baltimore at 4:00pm...

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