CFU Women’s U-20 Qualifiers commence

The Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Under-20 Qualifiers Tournament began yesterday and concludes on July 28.

During this time fifteen national teams forming four groups will compete against each other in four venue countries: Suriname, The Dominican Republic, Jamaica and British Virgin Islands (BVI), for a place in the finals.

Two teams will advance from each group to compete in the finals which is tentatively set to be staged in Puerto Rico in October on a date to announced.

In Group 1, the Dominican Republic meet Trinidad and Tobago on July 9 at the Estadio Panamericano in the Dominican Republic at 3 pm.

On July 11, T&T will face Aruba, while on July 13 hosts Dominica play Aruba. Both matches start at 3 pm.

BVI will host Group 2 with Antigua & Barbuda competing against St Kitts & Nevis in the first game at 4 pm on July 16 at the AO Shirley Recreation Ground in Tortola.

The second game for that day will be played at that same venue at 6 pm between BVI and Anguilla.

On July 18, St Kitts & Nevis play Anguilla at 4 pm, and at 6 pm the BVI will entertain Antigua & Barbuda.

The last sets of games in Group 2 will be played on July 20 when Anguilla face off with Antigua & Barbuda and BVI encounter St Kitts & Nevis respectively at the AO Shirley Recreational Ground.

The venue for Group 3 is the Andre Kamperveen Stadium in Suriname, with St Vincent & the Grenadines (SVG) meeting Grenada at 5 pm in the opening game and the hosts playing Dominica at 7 pm on July 16.

On July 18, Dominica meet SVG at 5 pm, while Suriname meet Grenada at 7 pm at the same venue.

On July 20, Grenada square off with Dominica at 4 pm and hosts Suriname play the closing game against SVG at 6 pm.

Group 4 matches will be staged in Kingston, Jamaica at the Tony Spaulding Sports Complex on July 23, 25 and 27. The first game will see Cuba taking on Curacao at 4 pm followed by Bermuda against Jamaica at 6 pm.

The second set of games will be played on July 25 when Jamaica meet Curacao at 4 pm and Bermuda tackle Cuba at 6 pm.

On July 27, Curacao will challenge Bermuda at 4 pm, and at 6 pm Jamaica play Cuba, marking the final game at this stage of the tournament.


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