• Tuesday Jun 11, 2013

    CONCACAF Officials Visit Honduras

    President Webb alongside Honorable Porfirio Lobo Sosa, the President of Honduras at his offices in the Presidential Palace.


    CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb and General Secretary Enrique Sanz visited Honduras this week on the occasion of the FIFA World Cup Qualifier match between Honduras and Jamaica that will take place tonight in Tegucigalpa. As part of the official trip, the CONCACAF executives were guests at the official inauguration of the Goal Project 4 development in Tizatillo and met with the Honorable Porfirio Lobo Sosa, the President of Honduras at his offices in the Presidential Palace.

    Honduras Visit

    Led by Fenafuth president Rafael Callejas, CONCACAF President Jeffery Webb and General Secretary Enrique Sanz, visited the Goal Project 4 official inauguration in Tizatillo, Honduras.


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