The 2014 season of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Men’s Under-17 qualifiers begins on Friday, July 18 with Group 3 taking the spotlight at the Estadio Panamericano, in the Dominican Republic.
The final round of this competition is set to culminate from September 26 to October 3 in Haiti.
The first game of the evening will see Guyana up against Barbados at 2:00pm and at 4:30pm the host Dominican Republic, meet Antigua & Barbuda.
On Sunday, July 20, Antigua & Barbuda will do battle with Guyana at 2:00pm and at 4:30pm the host nation faces the Barbadian lads.
The last set of games for this group will be played on Tuesday, July 22, when Barbados plays Antigua & Barbuda at 2:00pm and the Dominica Republic encounter Guyana at 4:30pm Group 4 will commence on July 23 at the Roscow R.L Davies Stadium in the Bahamas; and will kick off with Puerto Rico facing Martinique at 5:00pm and the Bahamas host Bermuda at 7:30pm. On Friday, July 25, Bermuda plays Martinique at 5:00pm and to be followed at 7:30 p.m.
By a contest between the Bahamas and Martinique. On Sunday, July 27, Martinique faces off with Bermuda at 3:00pm and at 5:30pm host Bahamas take on Puerto Rico.
The Pedro Marrero Stadium Cuba in Cuba will be the venue for the staging of Group 5 which commences on Friday, July 25. This opening game pits Dominica against Suriname at 5:00pm.
The second game will be played on Sunday July 27, between host Cuba and Dominica while the last game will be played on Tuesday, July 29, when Cuba face Suriname.