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Antigua and Barbuda

  • official name Antigua and Barbuda

    founded 1928

    concacaf affiliation 1972

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    • Caribbean U-17 Recap: Jamaica advances

      Under 17s - Men Jul 20, 2016
      Jamaica became the first team to join host Trinidad & Tobago in the final round of Caribbean qualifying for the 2017 CONCACAF Under-17 Championship, when it defeated the host US Virgin Islands on Tuesday, 9-0, to complete Group 4 play with a perfect 3W-0D-0L record.
    • Caribbean U-20 Recap: June 17, 2016 Matches

      Under 20s - Men Jun 18, 2016
      Caribbean qualifying for the 2017 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship continued Friday with Trinidad & Tobago’s Nicholas Dillon turning in the performance of the day, netting five goals in an 11-0 win over Turks & Caicos Islands.
    • CONCACAF Q&A: Peter Byers (Antigua & Barbuda)

      Caribbean Cup - Men Apr 29, 2016
      Since his debut in 2004, Peter Byers has been one of the players Antigua & Barbuda has depended on not only for goals, but to take the national team to the next level. He has delivered consistently for 13 years, putting the Benna Boys in a position to be counted among the Caribbean’s best.
    • CONCACAF symposium provides path for referee growth

      Mar 31, 2016
      The annual International Referee Symposium held in the Dallas suburb of Frisco, Texas, held on March 24, once again provided CONCACAF’s referees with an opportunity to exchange best practices and review key points within the laws of football.
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