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Posted on 16 December 2014 in CONCACAF
Toronto’s BMO Field is one of two 2014 venues that will host Gold Cup games for the first time. More
Posted on 22 October 2013 in CONCACAF
Canada Soccer President Victor Montagliani updates attendees on FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Canada 2014 and FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015. More
Posted on 19 April 2013 in CONCACAF
Montagliani has been named to the CONCACAF Executive Committee for the North Zone and will serve a four-year mandate. More
Posted on 3 May 2011 in CONCACAF
Canadian Women's National Team Head Coach Carolina Morace has been elected to the CONCACAF Executive Committee. More
Posted on 20 January 2011 in CONCACAF
CONCACAF, the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football, celebrates its 50th anniversary this calendar year of 2011. To celebrate the milestone, CONCACAF has announced plans for a year-long series of events commemorating 50 years. The 50th anniversary will be incorporated into all confederation activities, including a gala celebration during the CONCACAF Gold Cup this summer. More
Posted on 22 October 2010 in CONCACAF
Fans can follow Canada's national team on television and online via the internet as Canada competes for a spot in next year's FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011. CONCACAF has announced that all matches from the upcoming CONCACAF Women's World Cup Qualifier will be broadcast online via CONCACAF.com. It has also announced that the Canadian Broadcast Corporation will broadcast Canada's matches on CBC, CBC Bold and CBCSports.ca.
Posted on 12 May 2009 in CONCACAF
CONCACAF, the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football, announced several decisions Monday night after its executive meeting. Of note, Guatemala (U-20) and Costa Rica (U-17) were approved as host nations for next year's women's youth championships while Honduras was awarded an additional spot within CONCACAF Champions League.
Belize loses its spot in 2009-10 CONCACAF Champions League because it failed to meet the minimum standards for an adequate stadium. According to tournament regulations, teams must be capable of playing their home games within their own country in facilities that meet minimum requirements with regard to field, lighting, changing rooms and fan amenities. CONCACAF had allowed for a one-year grace period for teams to meet the standards. More
Posted on 12 November 2003 in CONCACAF
CONCACAF will have a record number of National Associations competing in next year's qualifying events for respective FIFA World Championships in Futsal and Women's Under-19 competitions.
In the Women's Under-19, 23 National Associations will participate in next year's CONCACAF qualifying stages that will advance two teams to the 2004 FIFA World Championship in Thailand.
This will be the second time in history that CONCACAF has staged a qualifying event for the U-19 World Championship. In 2001, 18 teams began the road, which culminated in an eight-team event for the Final Round in Trinidad & Tobago 2002. More
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