• Wednesday Jan 15, 2014

    CFU Club Championship details released

    Haitian side Valencia (white), shown in 2013/14 CONCACAF Champions League action against Costa Rica's Herediano, will play in the 2014 Caribbean Football Union Club Championship. (Photo: Imagenes en Costa Rica)

    KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Thirteen clubs have registered for the 2014 Caribbean Football Union Club Championship, a competition that will crown the region’s champion and qualify three teams for the 2014/2015 CONCACAF Champions League (CCL), it was announced Wednesday. 

    The participating clubs are as follows:

    CAYMAN ISLANDS     

    Bodden Town … 2012/13 Cayman Islands Football Association Premier League champion

    CURACAO

    Centro Dominguito … 2013 Curaçao League champion 

    GUADELOUPE

    Unite Saint Rosienne … 2012/13 Guadeloupe Division d'Honneur fourth place 

    GUYANA

    Alpha United … 2012/13 Guyana Football Federation National Super League champion

    HAITI

    Mirebalais … 2013 Championnat National champion

    Valencia … 2013 Championnat National runner-up 

    JAMAICA

    Harbour View FC … 2012/13 Jamaican Red Stripe National Premier League champion

    Waterhouse … 2012/13 Jamaican Red Stripe Premier League runner-up 

    PUERTO RICO

    Bayamon FC … 2013 Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Puerto Rico runner-up

    SURINAME

    Inter Moengotapoe … 2012/13 SVB Hoofdklasse champion

    Notch … 2012/13 SVB Hoofdklasse runner-up

    TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

    Defence Force … 2012/13 TT Pro League champion

    Caledonia AIA … 2012/13 TT Pro League runner-up

    The first phase will consist of three groups of four teams competing in a round-robin format.  Each of the group winners will advance to the semifinals, where they will be joined by Valencia.  The Haitian side received a bye as a result of being the best performer of the three teams that participated in the 2013 Caribbean CCL qualifying tournament and also earned places in the upcoming edition.  Last year, the Vert et Rouge won Group 2 to qualify automatically for the 2013/14 CCL, while Caledonia AIA defeated Jamaica’s Portmore United (3-2 on aggregate) in a two-leg playoff to obtain the region’s last berth and Bayamon FC lost all three of its Group 2 matches.

    The groups are as follows: 

    GROUP 1:  Centro Dominguito, Bayamon FC, Bodden Town, Unite Saint Rosienne

    GROUP 2:  Mirebalais, Waterhouse, Inter Moengotapoe, Caledonia AIA

    GROUP 3:  Harbour View, Alpha United, Defence Force, Notch

    All group stage games will be played March 21-25 at three separate locations, while the semifinals, third place match and final are set for April 18-20 at a yet to be determined single venue.

    The two finalists and the winner of the match for third place will qualify for the 2014/15 CCL.

     

    2014 CARIBBEAN FOOTBALL UNION CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP

    Schedule

     

    GROUP 1 (at Puerto Rico)

    March 21, 2014

    Centro Dominguito v Unite Saint Rosienne

    Bayamon FC v Bodden Town

    March 23, 2014

    Unite Saint Rosienne v Bodden Town

    Bayamon FC v Centro Dominguito

     March 25, 2014

    Bodden Town v Centro Dominguito

    Bayamon FC v Unite Saint Rosienne

    GROUP 2 (at Haiti)

    March 21, 2014

    Waterhouse v Inter Moengotapoe

    Mirebalais v Caledonia AIA

    March 23, 2014

    Inter Moengotapoe v Caledonia AIA

    Mirebalais v Waterhouse

    March 25, 2014

    Caledonia AIA v Waterhouse

    Mirebalais v Inter Moengotapoe

    GROUP 3 (at Jamaica)

    March 21, 2014

    Alpha United v Defence Force

    Harbour View FC v Notch

    March 23, 2014

    Defence Force v Notch

    Harbour View FC v Alpha United

    March 25, 2014

    Notch v Alpha United

    Harbour View FC v Defence Force

    FINAL ROUND (venue to be determined)

    Semifinals

    April 18, 2014

    SF1:  Winner Group 1 v Winner Group 2

    SF2:  Valencia v Winner Group 3

    Third Place Match & Final

    April 20, 2014

    Loser SF1 v Loser SF2

    Winner SF1 v Winner SF2

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