• Wednesday Dec 17, 2008

    St. Vincent and Grenadines to stage final round of Caribbean U-20 qualifying

    PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad - St. Vincent and the Grenadines will stage the final round of Caribbean qualifying for the CONCACAF Under-20 Championship January 9-13, the Caribbean Football Union announced Wednesday.

    Jamaica will face Haiti in the opening game, followed by St. Vincent against the Dominican Republic.

    Doubleheaders also will be played on January 11 and January 13, with the final round group winner earning a berth in the eight-team CONCACAF championship March 6-15 in Trinidad & Tobago.

    Six teams already have qualified for the CONCACAF championship. The Caribbean champion will join Canada, Mexico and the United States as well as host Trinidad and Central American sides Costa Rica and El Salvador.

    The final team for the CONCACAF event will be determined in a playoff between the Caribbean runner-up and Honduras, which finished third in Central American qualifying.

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