The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) unveiled today the dates and kickoff times for the first round of the tier 1 2018 CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship.
Caribbean Club Championship
Brent Sancho, owner of former TT Pro League winners Central FC, is lamenting the financial woes facing the club as it prepares to compete at the 2018 CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championships.
The Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship could be on its way towards a third straight all-Trinidad and Tobago final on 21 May, after TT Pro League clubs San Juan Jabloteh and Central FC made winning starts to the finals on Sunday.
Groups and Schedule Set for January Kickoff for Expanded CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship.
The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) conducted today the draw for the 2018 CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship, at the CONCACAF Headquarters in Miami, FL.
Central FC will attempt to become the first club in Caribbean history to win three successive regional titles when the final round of the Caribbean Club Championships gets going on Sunday 14 May. And the “Couva Sharks” will seek to do so with possibly up to a dozen players who could have left the country again before the Pro League season kicks off on 26 May 2017.
San Juan Jabloteh let it slip in the final of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) 2017 Club Championship, losing 1-0 against tournament newbies, Cibao FC, who lifted the Caribbean crown, and in the process took the region’s automatic spot at next season’s Concacaf Champions League.
His opponents are Haiti’s Racing FC and Jamaica’s Portmore United—two teams deep into their respective domestic national leagues. His side, San Juan Jabloteh, meanwhile are currently only in pre-season.
San Juan Jabloteh and Dominican Republic outfit Cibao FC will contest the final of the 2017 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship from 8pm on Sunday after both sides progressed from the final round in Trinidad as group winners.
Tyrone Charles scored off his head to seal San Juan Jabloteh's place in the Final Round of the 2017 Caribbean Club Championship—the region's qualifying tournament to the newly re-formatted CONCACAF club platform—with a 1-0 win over Group E host team System 3 Sport Academy on Sunday at Victoria Park in Kingstown, St. Vincent.