• Sunday Jun 07, 2015

    CONCACAF U-15 Boys’ Championship 2015 Advisory

    By decision of the CONCACAF Executive Committee, CONCACAF regrets to advise of the postponement until further notice of the CONCACAF Under-15 Boys’ Championship 2015.

    CONCACAF continues to be focused on its core mission of delivering outstanding soccer events. In the short term, efforts will be dedicated in full to the successful delivery of the upcoming CONCACAF Gold Cup 2015, in addition to other Championships which also qualify CONCACAF teams to worldwide-level tournaments, such as the Men’s Olympic Qualifying Championship and the Under-20 Women’s Championship, to be played as scheduled later in 2015. 

    CONCACAF is committed to restoring a full slate of complementary youth development tournaments in the shortest possible time. This includes our objective to re-schedule the Under-15 Boys’ Championship, at the soonest opportunity.

     

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