Bridgetown, Barbados (July 31, 2018) – Twenty-nine teams from the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) will be in the hunt for top honors when the CFU 2018 Boys’ U14 Challenge Series kicks off this weekend for a month-long youth football festival across the Caribbean.
The CFU Boys’ U14 Challenge Series will be played across seven (7) venues, namely Warner Park Sporting Complex in St. Kitts-Nevis; Estadio Pan Americano de San Cristobal in the Dominican Republic; Ergilio Hato Stadium in Curacao; Ed Bush Playing Field in the Cayman Islands; Stade Pierre Aliker in Martinique; UWI JFF Captain Horace Burrell Center of Excellence
and the Anthony Spaulding Sporting Complex in Jamaica.
CFU President Randolph Harris says the “Boys’ U14 Challenge Series will give much needed competition and provide the opportunity for Caribbean Member Associations to assess their youth development programmes, as well as referee development programmes ahead offuture international tournaments.
“Following on the highly successful CFU Women’s Challenge competition in April, this series will also be a major fillip to future, strategic development initiatives moving forward. Weare confident that this Boys’ U14 Challenge Series competition will redound to the benefit ofthe participants and football development across the region,” Harris said.
The six (6) groups are: