• Friday Jul 22, 2005

    Puerto Rico to stage U-20 quadrangular

    Puerto Rico will stage an International Under-20 Quadrangular Tournament "Festival Olímpico de Fútbol" at the Estadio Roberto Clemente Walker in the city of Carolina from 22-25 July.

    Along with the boricuas, the four-team event will include the Dominican Republic, St. Vincent & The Grenadines and US Virgin Islands.

    All four teams are in early preparations for the football competition at the Central American & Caribbean Games that will take place in Cartagena, Colombia next year.

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    Festival Olímpico de Fútbol: Carolina, PUERTO RICO; Estadio del Complejo Deportivo Roberto Clemente
    22.07.2005: DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES (19:00)
    PUERTO RICO - US VIRGIN ISLANDS (21:00)

    23.07.2005: US VIRGIN ISLANDS - DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (18:00)
    PUERTO RICO - ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES (20:00)

    24.07.2005: ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES - US VIRGIN ISLANDS (17:00)
    PUERTO RICO - DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (19:00)

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