• Wednesday Jan 25, 2017

    Martinique to host Scotiabank CFU Men's Caribbean Cup finals

    ST. JOHN'S, Antigua & Barbuda – The Caribbean Football Union (CFU) announced Wednesday that Martinique will host the finals of the 2016/17 Scotiabank CFU Men's Caribbean Cup from June 22-25, 2017.

    CFU officials also conducted a draw for the semifinals that produced Jamaica-French Guiana and Curacao- Martinique pairings. Both matches are slated to be played on June 22.

    Three days later, the semifinal losers will meet in the match for third place, followed by the final.

    Each of the final-four sides topped their third-round groups in a competition that started in March 2016, earning them each a ticket to the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup, which will be played July 7-26 in the United States.

    Haiti – winner of the Caribbean Cup fifth-place playoff -- can still secure a place in the biennial CONCACAF event, but it must prevail over Nicaragua in a two-legged qualifying playoff.

    List of Champions

    1989: Trinidad & Tobago
    1990: tournament not completed
    1991: Jamaica
    1992: Trinidad & Tobago
    1993: Martinique
    1994: Trinidad & Tobago
    1995: Trinidad & Tobago
    1996: Trinidad & Tobago
    1997: Trinidad & Tobago
    1998: Jamaica
    1999: Trinidad & Tobago
    2001: Trinidad & Tobago
    2005: Jamaica
    2007: Haiti
    2008: Jamaica
    2010: Jamaica
    2012: Cuba
    2014: Jamaica

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