U.S. U-17 boys to start World Cup quest against Canada, Barbados and Guatemala

The USA now knows its first three opponents at the Concacaf U-17 Championship (May 1-16 at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida) that will determine the region's four qualifiers for October's U-17 World Cup.



The USA, which is currently without a head coach, will face Canada (May 2), Barbados (May 4) and and Guatemala (May 6) in Group F. The top three finishers of the four tournament proper groups (Group E though H) will advance to a 16-team knockout round (May 8-16), joined by four group winners from the preliminary qualifying (played in March and April). The four semifinalists will advance to October's 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup.

1 comment about "U.S. U-17 boys to start World Cup quest against Canada, Barbados and Guatemala".
  1. Right Winger, February 20, 2019 at 10 a.m.

    First line says "without a coach".  Outstanding.  There were so many coaches in an out of that program how in the heck do you identify the players to go other than the typical political BS?

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