• Friday Apr 02, 2004

    2004 CONCACAF U-19 Final Round Qualification draw to be held on Monday

    The draw for the respective group pairings to the 2004 CONCACAF Under-19 Women's Final Round Qualification will be held at the offices of the CONCACAF General Secretariat in New York City on Monday, 5 April at 11:00.

    The host, Canada has been placed in Group A, while the defending FIFA U-19 World Champions, USA will compete in Group B at the CONCACAF event.

    The six remaining CONCACAF teams (Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama and Trinidad & Tobago) will be drawn into either Group A or B at the U-19 event that will run from 28 May - 6 June in Ottawa's Frank Clair Stadium and Montreal's McGill University Molson Stadium.

    The eight-team tournament will qualify two CONCACAF nations to the 2004 FIFA U-19 World Championship in Thailand from 10-27 November.

    This is the second time that CONCACAF has staged a qualifying event for the U-19 World Championship the previous one taking place in Trinidad & Tobago in 2002.

    2004 CONCACAF U-19 FINAL ROUND QUALIFICATION
    Montreal & Ottawa, CANADA
    Group A: Canada, A2, A3, A4
    Group B: USA, B2, B3, B4

    Qualifiers: Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Trinidad & Tobago

    Schedule of Matches
    28 May, Montreal's McGill University Molson Stadium
    16:30 - B2 vs. B3
    19:00 - Canada vs. A4
    Ottawa's Frank Clair Stadium
    16:30 - A2 vs. A3
    19:00 - USA vs. B4

    30 May, Montreal's McGill University Molson Stadium
    15:30 - B2 vs. B4
    18:00 - USA vs. B3
    Ottawa's Frank Clair Stadium
    15:30 - A2 vs. A4
    18:00 - Canada vs. A3

    1 June, Montreal's McGill University Molson Stadium
    16:30 - B3 vs. B4
    19:00 - USA vs. B2
    Ottawa's Frank Clair Stadium
    16:30 - A3 vs. A4
    19:00 - Canada vs. A2

    4 June, Montreal's McGill University Molson Stadium
    Semifinals
    17:30 - Group B Winner vs. Group A Runner-up
    20:00 - Group A Winner vs. Group B Runner-up

    6 June, Ottawa's Frank Clair Stadium
    10:00 - Third-Place Game
    13:00 - Final

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