CFU Men’s U-20 Final Round kicks off today

The Final Round of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) 2014 Men’s Under 20 Qualifiers kicks off today, Friday September 12 and ends with a grand finale on September 19, in the twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago.

The games will be staged at two separate venues, the Hasely Crawford Stadium and the Ato Boldon Stadium in Tobago. Eight teams...

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CFU Under 20 Finals About To Kick Off

Port of Spain, Trinidad - The Road to New Zealand 2015 continues with the CFU's Men's Under - 20 Championship in Trinidad & Tobago.

7 nations including host Trinidad & Tobago will compete in two groups for a chance to advance to the CONCACAF under 20 Championships for chance to advance to the Finals in New Zealand 2015.

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St Kitts & Nevis leads in CFU Men Under-20 Qualifiers

St Kitts and Nevis defeated the Cayman Islands 5-1 to lead Group 5 with six points in the 2014 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Men’s Under-20 Qualifiers played yesterday at the Ergilio Hato Stadium, in Curacao, while Curacao beat Anguilla 9-0 at this same venue.

The goal scorers for St Kitts and Nevis were Evansroy Barnes in the 15th minute, Zajah...

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Day 2 of Group 5 Men's Under 20 Preview

Group 5 action in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) 2014 Men’s Under 20 Qualifiers continues today Friday, August 1, at 7:00pm when St Kitts and Nevis plays the Cayman Islands and hosts Curacao entertains Anguilla at 9:00pm at the Ergilio Hato Stadium in Curacao.

Last Wednesday, in the first set of games played in this group, Anguilla lost 7-0...

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St Kitts & Nevis Scores Big In CFU Men Under-20 Qualifiers

St Kitts and Nevis scored big by defeating Anguilla 7-0 in the 2014 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Men’s Under-20 Qualifiers yesterday at the Ergilio Hato Stadium in Curacao while the hosts were clipped 1-0 by the Cayman Islands.

Scoring for St Kitts and Nevis were Tijhaun Isaac in the 3rd and 62nd minute, Yusuf Saunders in the 12th, Vinceroy...

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Curacao ready to host Group 5 of The CFU Men Under-20

The beautiful isle of Curacao will be under the spotlight this week as Group 5 action takes place in the 2014 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Men’s Under-20 Qualifiers.

Playing at the Ergilio Hato Stadium from today, Wednesday, July 30th; fans will see Anguilla tackle St Kitts & Nevis at 7 p.m. followed by the host (Curacao) going up against a...

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Four Teams Ready For Final Round Of CFU Men’s U-20

Four additional teams have qualified for the Final Round of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) 2014 Men’s Under 20 Qualifiers set to be staged in Trinidad and Tobago, later this September.

Aruba, Haiti and Cuba will join the Dominican Republic for a chance to be the top Under 20 team in the region.

Haiti thanks to a 2-1 hard fought win over...

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Crunch time for CFU Men’s U-20 Groups 3 & 4

Today, July 22, at 7:30pm will the decisive moment when Suriname and Haiti will separate themselves by proving which is the better team in Group 3 of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Men’s Under 20 competition, as both teams now have six points each.

The teams will meet each other after the game between bottom of the table teams St Lucia and...

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2014 CFU Men’s U-20 competition update

Suriname and Haiti are deadlocked with six points each while St Lucia and the Turks and Caicos Islands are yet to make it on the point standings in Group 3 of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Men’s Under 20 competition now playing in Haiti.

In the first game played on Friday July 18, Suriname whipped Turks and Caicos 7-0 with goals coming from...

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Group 3 and 4 of CFU Men’s U-20 on today

Suriname meets St Lucia at 5:00pm today at the Stade Sylvio Cator Stadium in Haiti in the continuation of Group 3 of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Men’s Under 20 competition.

At 7:30pm hosts Haiti encounters Turks & Caicos at this same venue.

In Group 4 there will be one game played between hosts Aruba and Grenada at 8:00pm at the...

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