I was sobbing about how my FIFA career mode crashed, and a thought slowly formulated, what if all (actually what I meant was some) CFU nations combined to make a Caribbean super league? (Kind of like an Antigua Barbuda Barracudas FC?) I read up about it and found one formed in the 90s, but failed. Didn’t find out much about it, but this is my idea for the rebirth of it. These are some of the countries I excluded. Of course some countries already have established leagues (Jamaica, Puerto Rico, T&T, Dominican Republic) and some countries that are… well these ones… Haiti and Cuba. Also excluded those South American nations Also countries that aren’t situated in a place where they can actually make money without travel costs racking up (Bahamas, Bermuda, Turks & Caicos Islands and Cayman Islands.) This list may seem large but being economically stable is as important as developing talent in the region. This leaves us with 18 countries. Some countries populations aren’t very big (Anguilla at 13,000 and Montserrat at 6,000) so some bigger countries with two or three stadiums (Martinique, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent, Grenada, Barbados) could have two teams. side note: It would be interesting to see a U.S. Virgin islands and British Virgins Island rivalry spark up. List of nations with stadium U.S. Virgin Islands, Lionel Roberts Park: 9,000 I think its baseball setup though? British Virgin Islands, A.O Shirley Recreation Ground: 3,000 Anguilla, Webster Park: 4,000 Antigua & Barbuda, Sir Vivian Richards Stadium: 10,000 (cricket) Saint Kitts & Nevis, Warner Park stadium: 10,000 (cricket) Montserrat, Blakes Estate Stadium: 1,000 Guadeloupe, Stade St. Claude: 3,000 Stade Rene-Serge Najaboth: 3,000 Dominica, Windsor Park: 12,000 (cricket) Martinique, Stade d’Honneur: 16,000 Stade Louis Achille: 9,300 Stade Omnisports: 8,500 Saint Lucia, National Stadium: 9,000 Beausejour Stadium: 20,000 (cricket) Saint Vincent & grenadines, Amos Vale Stadium: 18,000 (cricket) Grenada, Grenada national stadium: 9,000 Queen’s Park: 20,000 (cricket) Barbados, National Stadium: 7,500 Kensington Oval: 32,000 (cricket) Bonaire, Municipal stadium: 3,000 Aruba, G.P. Trinidad Stadium: 5,500 Curacao, Stadion Ergilio Hato: 15,000 I probably think at least 12-10 teams would play in the league.