I thought I saw a topic about this, but I can't find one. Maybe it was in another forum. Of the 25 Caribbean members of FIFA, Wikipedia says 16 entered. However, https://www.socawarriors.net/forum/index.php?topic=66399.0 says that Trinidad and Tobago withdrew due to $5,000,000 of debt and having bank accounts frozen. The TTFA said they want to focus on eight other competitions. The government complained that the TTFA should participate. The Caribbean has four groups of four, and the group winners will play for the two spots in the Concacaf Men's Olympic Qualifiers. The groups are: A: Jamaica, St. Kitts and Nevis, Guyana, and Dominica B: Trinidad and Tobago?, Barbados, Cuba, and U.S. Virgin Islands C: Haiti, Suriname, Grenada, and Cayman Islands D: Antigua and Barbuda, Dominican Republic, St. Lucia, and Puerto Rico The Group A winner will play the Group D winner, and the Group B winner will play the Group C winner. Those will be in one game. Wikipedia says the Group Stage will be on July 17, 19, and 21, but doesn't give sites. Central America will have two leg series rather than groups. Belize did not enter. Costa Rica vs. Guatemala, Honduras vs. Nicaragua, and El Salvador vs. Panama will be done in two legs. The three North American teams, three Central American teams, and two Caribbean teams will play in the 2019 Concacaf Men's Olympic Qualifying Championship in Costa Rica from October 3 through 15. The tournament did not always have one host. The past six tournaments had one host, with four in USA, one in Canada, and one in Mexico. This is the first time it will be played outside North America. To those who don't like USA hosting so many things, a couple of Gold Cup doubleheaders outside the USA and this tournament in Costa Rica are small steps away from that. Concacaf gets two spots in the Olympics, which has 16 teams.