(ABOVE) Action from the Scotiabank CFU Caribbean Cup match between host Grenada and Puerto Rico (white jersey) on June 1, 2016.
GEORGE’S, Grenada -- Grenada will host Bermuda in an international friendly on June 10 at Kirani James Athletics Stadium, with both sides using the match as preparation for future CONCACAF and FIFA tournaments, while possibly identifying new talent for the player pool.
Starting Sunday, Bermuda will hold a training camp in Florida, before traveling to the Spice Isle two days later.
The sides last met slightly more than two years ago, when the Bermudians went unbeaten in a two-match series (March 6, 2015: 2-2 draw; March 8, 2015: 2-0 win).
The Grenada Football Association also confirmed that it will host the Windward Island Football Association (WIFA) Tournament from June 28 - July 6, with the host nation, Barbados, Dominica, St. Lucia and St. Vincent & the Grenadines comprising the field.
Looking further ahead, Grenada will host Panama (August 22) and Guyana (October 7) in additional friendlies.