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T&T has been drawn in Group C of League A of the inaugural CON­CA­CAF Nations League alongside Hon­duras and Martinique following the tournament draw at the Chelsea Theater in Las Vegas, USA on Wednesday.

T&T will play Honduras and Martinique on a home and away basis on dates to be announced by Concacaf in the international windows of September, October and November.

T&T secured qualification to the sixteam final stage of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers as one of the six nations to automatically qualify for Concacaf Nations League A and were joined by the top six finishers in 201920 Concacaf Nations League qualifiers last weekend to form League A.

Similar to the recently launched UEFA Na­tions League, Concacaf’s version was created to maximize the quality, quantity and frequency of competitive matches for all of the confederation’s 41 Member Associations.

T&T head coach Dennis Lawrence in an immediate reaction, told TTFA Media on Wednesday night, “It’s a very good draw and even playing field for all as in the modern game there are no strong or weak teams. It makes for an exciting and hopefully entertaining Nations League for all.”

The draw itself included teams separated into three pots of four teams each, based on the No­vem­ber 2018 Concacaf Ranking, with one country from each pot pulled to make up Nations League A Groups A, B, C and D.

The Group Phase for each league is a roundrobin, homeandaway format which will play out during the course of the September, October and November FIFA international dates in 2019.

At the end of the roundrobin competition, the four group win­ners from League A will advance to the Final Championship, where a semifinal and fi­nal will be played dur­ing the March 2020 FIFA international dates to crown the 201920 Concacaf Nations League champion.

Additionally, the League A and B teams which finished last in their groups will be relegated to the lower league, while the group winners in Leagues B and C will be promoted to the higher league for the next edition of the competition.

The four League A group winners will qualify to the Na­tions League fi­nal championship, to be played in March 2020, which will determine the champion of the new competition.

The four last placed teams in each group will be relegated to League B for the next edition of the tournament.

League B will consist of the next 16 teams from qualifying, which fin­ished from 7th to 22nd.

The league will contain four groups of four teams. The four group winners will be promoted to League A, while the four lastplaced teams in each group will be relegated to League C for the next edi­tion.

League C will consist of the remaining 13 member associations, the teams which finished 23rd to 34th in qualifying, along with Guatemala who did not enter qualifying.

The league will contain four groups, with three groups of three teams and one group of four teams. The four group winners will be promoted to League B for the next edition of the competition.

 

2019 Concacaf Na­tions League:

 

League A

Group A: USA, Canada, Cuba

Group B: Mexico, Panama, Bermuda

Group C: Honduras, T&T, Mar­tinique

Group D: Costa Rica, Haiti, Curacao

 

League B

Group A: French Guiana, St Kitts/Nevis, Belize, Grenada

Group B: El Salvador, Dominican Republic, St Lucia, Montserrat

Group C: Jamaica, Guyana, Antigua & Barbuda, Aruba

Group D: Nicaragua, Suriname, St Vincent & The Grenadines, Dominica

 

League C

Group A: Barbados, Cayman Islands, Saint Martin, US Virgin Islands

Group C: Bonaire, Bahamas, British Virgin Islands

Group C: Guatemala, Puerto Rico, Anguilla

Group D: Guadeloupe, Turks & Caicos Islands, Sint Maarten

 

The original article can be found here: https://www.guardian.co.tt/sports/soca-warriors-get-honduras-martinique-in-nations-league-6.2.812104.ceb8dd9d61

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