Jamaica to Host Final Round of the 2018 Concacaf Caribbean Women’s Qualifier

The final round of the regional qualifier will determine the three Caribbean representatives for the 2018 Concacaf Women's Championship

The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) announced today that Jamaica will host the final round of the 2018 Concacaf Caribbean Women’s Qualifier, scheduled to be...

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FIFA Opens New Office in Barbados

Although it has been operating in Barbados since September last year the FIFA Regional Office officially swung open its doors yesterday. Set in Barbados as a hub destination to preside over most of the nations in the Caribbean, the offices were opened in a ceremony that saw presidents of the region's football associations and high ranking FIFA and...

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Caribbean Teams Learn Schedule for CONCACAF Nations League

The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) unveiled today the schedule for the qualifying phase of the Concacaf Nations League. The sixty-eight-match qualifying phase will take place during the four FIFA match windows of September, October and November 2018 and March 2019. 


The official draw which...

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CONCACAF President to visit Grenada for Pure Grenada Cup

CONCACAF President and FIFA Vice President Victor Montagliani will lead a delegation to Grenada to attend the Final of the inaugural Grenada Football Association Pure Grenada Cup taking place at the Kirani James Athletics Stadium on Saturday.

The Canadian boss who is no stranger to Grenada will also meet with the island’s new Sports Minister...

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Day 6 results for Groups D and E in The Caribbean Football Union’s Women’s Challenge Series

St. John’s, Antigua –The Caribbean Football Union’s Women’s Challenge Series saw Groups D and E wrap up an action filled week.

 

Group D:

Antigua and Barbuda 3 – 0 Guadeloupe

Kai Jacobs 28’(pen), Portia Davis 49’, Kai Jacobs 64’

 

Group E:

Grenada 5 - 6 Suriname

Merrisa Charles 13’, Sheranda Charles 20’, Roneisha Frank 44’, 55’, 86’, (GRN)

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