• Tuesday Jun 03, 2008

    Fixtures confirmed for 2008 CONCACAF Women's Under-17 Championship

    CONCACAF have confirmed the fixtures for the 2008 CONCACAF Women's Under-17 Championship that will take place in Trinidad & Tobago from 17-27 July at Dwight Yorke Stadium in Bacolet and Macoya's Marvin Lee Stadium.

    The hosts, Trinidad & Tobago have been drawn into Group A, to be played at Marvin Lee Stadium, along with Costa Rica, El Salvador and USA, while Canada, Jamaica, Mexico and Puerto Rico are in Group B at Dwight Yorke Stadium.

    The inaugural eight-team tournament will have two groups of four during the first round from 17-21 July. The semifinals and finals are scheduled for Marvin Lee Stadium on 24 and 27 July, respectively.

    The CONCACAF Tournament will qualify three teams to the inaugural FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup New Zealand 2008.

    2008 CONCACAF WOMEN'S UNDER-17 CHAMPIONSHIP
    TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
    Group A - Macoya; Marvin Lee Stadium
    18.07: COSTA RICA - USA (17:00)
    TRINIDAD & TOBAGO - EL SALVADOR (19:00)

    20.07: USA - EL SALVADOR (16:00)
    TRINIDAD & TOBAGO - COSTA RICA (18:00)

    22.07: EL SALVADOR - COSTA RICA (17:00)
    TRINIDAD & TOBAGO - USA (19:00)

    Group B - Bacolet; Dwight Yorke Stadium
    17.07: PUERTO RICO - CANADA (17:00)
    MEXICO - JAMAICA (19:00)

    19.07: MEXICO - PUERTO RICO (16:00)
    CANADA - JAMAICA (18:00)

    21.07: JAMAICA - PUERTO RICO (17:00)
    CANADA - MEXICO (19:00)

    Semifinals* - Marvin Lee Stadium
    24.07: B1 - A2 (17:00)
    A1 - B2 (19:30)
    *Order of matches subject to change

    Finals - Marvin Lee Stadium
    27.07: THIRD PLACE (16:00)
    CHAMPIONSHIP (18:30)

    Photo #1 - Trinidad & Tobago
    Photo #2 - Puerto Rico

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