• Tuesday Jul 03, 2001

    Caribbean Zone schedule set in 2001 FC Champions Cup

    The schedule has been set for qualifying rounds in the Caribbean Football Union for the 2001 FC Champions Cup. Sixteen clubs from 11 countries will begin play in two-leg series on 29 July and 5 August, the winners advancing to two round-robin series to be played in Trinidad & Tobago from 24-28 August. The winner of each group will play for the Caribbean club championship on 30 August, the winner moving on to the final phase of the FC Champions Cup in October.

    Each first-round series will either be played as a home-and-home series, or both at the same site, with the accord of both clubs.

    FC CHAMPIONS CUP 2001 - CARIBBEAN ZONE QUALIFYING
    FIRST PHASE (29.07.2001, 05.08.2001)
    SERIES 1: W Connection FC (TRI) - Fruta Conquerors (GUY)
    SERIES 2: Defence Force FC (TRI) - Rovers United SC (VIR)
    SERIES 3: Racing Club Haitien (HAI) - UWS Upsetters (VIR)
    SERIES 4: Roulado FC (HAI) - Club Franciscain (MQE)
    SERIES 5: CRKSV Jong Colombia (ANT) - Roots Alley Ballers (LCA)
    SERIES 6: SV Juventus (ANT) - SNL (Suriname)
    SERIES 7: SV Transvaal (SUR) - HBA Panthers (VGB)
    SERIES 8: Empire FC (ATG) - Garden Hotspurs FC (SKN)

    SECOND PHASE (24, 26, 28.08.2001)
    GROUP A: Winners Series 1, 3, 5, 7
    GROUP B: Winners Series 2, 4, 6, 8

    FINAL: 30.08.2001
    Winner Group A v Winner Group B

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