• Wednesday Jun 18, 2014

    CFU Women’s Caribbean Cup resumes Wednesday

    The Dominican Republic women's national team poses for a photo during a press conference on June 17, 2014. (Photo courtesy of the Federacion Dominicana de Futbol)

    SAN CRISTOBAL, Dominican Republic – Women’s World Cup qualifying in CONCACAF resumes on Wednesday with the continuation of first round play in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Caribbean Cup, when Group 5 kicks off in the Dominican Republic.

    Due to the withdrawal of Anguilla, three teams will now vie for a final round berth at the Estadio Panamericano.

    The Group 5 schedule is as follows:

    Wednesday – June 18, 2014
    Dominican Republic v St. Lucia

    Friday – June 20, 2014
    St. Lucia v Jamaica

    Sunday – June 22, 2014
    Dominican Republic v Jamaica

    The CFU Women’s Caribbean Cup is being contested for the first time and is also being utilized as a qualifying competition for the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship.

    Antigua & Barbuda, Bermuda, Haiti and Martinique have already secured final round places, along with Trinidad and Tobago, which will host the competition, August 19-26, 2014.

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