Friday, March 7, 2014

Haiti to do battle in group 2 of CFU Club Championship Cup 2014

Guyana’s top club, Alpha ‘The Hammer’ United is one of 13 clubs from the Caribbean that will be doing battle from March 19-26 for the top three places in the 2014 CFU Club Championship Cup competition.

This competition is the Caribbean Football Union’s (CFU) official qualifying tournament for the 2014/2015 CONCACAF Champions League, from which teams are qualified for the FIFA Club World Cup.

All games are scheduled to be played simultaneously with the final round set for April 16-21 in a straight knock-out to crown a champion in order to secure the three places up for grabs at the CONCACAF Champions League.

The Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Champions’ Cup is an official yearly Calendar event of the Caribbean Football Union.
The tournament has been divided into three groups, with four teams to each group, while defending champions Valencia Football Club from Haiti gets a bye to enter the competition in the final round.

Group 2 consists of Association Sportive de Mirebalais from Haiti, Waterhouse Football Cub from Jamaica, Inter Moegotopoe from Suriname and Caledonia AIA from Trinidad and Tobago.

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