Since it was first played in 2004, the Concacaf Women's Olympic Qualifying (CWOQ) has served as the Confederation qualifying event for the Women's Olympic Football Tournament.
It consists of two phases: The regional qualifiers (in the Caribbean and Central America) and a final tournament.
In 2020, the competition will be held in the United States, between eight teams from each of the three areas of Concacaf represented in this way North America three: the United States, Canada and Mexico, three from the Caribbean: Jamaica, Haiti and Saint Kitts and Nevis and two from Central America: Costa Rica and Panama.
The United States, four times Olympic champion (1996, 2004, and 2008), lifted the trophy in the last four previous editions of the Olympic qualifiers.
Canada has won the bronze medal in the last two editions, and in the 2014 Olympic Games in Brazil, they conquered it again after defeating Brazil 2-1
Year Venue Classifieds to the Olympic Games
- 1996 There was no tournament United States
- 2000 Without tournament United States
- ·2004 Costa Rica Mexico, * United States
- ·2008 Mexico Canada, * United States
- 2012 Canada Canada, * United States
- 2016 USA Canada, * United States
* Tournament winner