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Photo: Junior Flemmings in action for the Reggae Boyz 






Jamaica’s preparation for the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar will get underway when the Reggae Boyz play The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in two International Friendly games next month.  

Both games will be played at the Prince Faisal bin Fahad Stadium in Riyadh on November 14 and 17. This is indeed the best way to kick-start preparation with the squad experiencing the identical regional conditions under which the World Cup will be played.

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Photo: Members of the Reggae Boyz coaching staff look on during the first ever Concacaf Gold Cup match played by Jamaica at the National Stadium in Kingston last year. 





Concacaf has announced an exciting new format for the 2021 edition of the Concacaf Gold Cup, and the introduction of a first ever draw for the prestigious regional tournament.

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Photo: Jamaica will begin their quest for the Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 final round qualification in June 2021. They along with Mexico, USA, Costa Rica and Honduras are already through to the final qualification round. 





The new Concacaf World Cup qualification format was revealed by the regional body on Monday, even as it was announced that five teams have already qualified for the final stage which will begin in June 2021.

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Photo: Arnett Gardens FC who finished Runners-Up in the recently concluded Concacaf Caribbean Club Championship, along with Portmore United FC will represent Jamaica at the second staging of the Concacaf League competition. 




The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) conducted the official draw for the 2018 Scotiabank Concacaf League, at the Pullman Hotel in Miami, Florida on Wednesday.

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Miami, FL (Thursday, February 23, 2017) – The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) and Beach Soccer Worldwide (BSWW) on Thursday conducted the draw for the quarterfinal matchups of the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship Bahamas 2017, at the Malcom Park Beach Soccer Facility in Nassau, Bahamas.

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Jamaica's National Under 17 Reggae Girlz beat Trinidad and Tobago 1-0 to advance to the CONCACAF Under 17 Women's World Cup Qualifying Tournament to be held in February 2016 in Grenada.


This makes the second national women's  youth team to qualify for the CONCACAF stage of World Cup Qualifiers as the National Under 20 Girlz also qualified for the CONCACAF Under 20 Women's World Cup Qualifying Tournament to be held in Honduras in December 2015.


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Jamaica will face Nicaragua in their third round - 2018 World Cup qualifiers beginning at the end of August.

The Reggae Boyz joins the qualification at this stage in a two way play-off in a bid to advance to the fourth round.

The six third-round winners qualify for the fourth round along with the United States, Mexico, Costa Rica, Honduras, Panama and Trinidad and Tobago who receive a bye. This consists of three groups of four and the top two qualify for the fifth round.

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Photo: FIFA Development Officer, Howard McIntosh (left) shares a moment with St. Lucia Football Association President, Lyndon Cooper at the “FIFA 11 for Health” pilot seminar in San Juan, Puerto Rico on Thursday, April 23. The programme has been implemented in regions around the world as a means of teaching kids to stay healthy with and through the sport of football.