CONCACAF Olympic women's qualifying [R]

Discussion in 'Women's International' started by DCUPopeAndLillyFan, Nov 3, 2003.

  1. DCUPopeAndLillyFan

    Apr 20, 2000
    To start with, does anyone know why the women's qualifying tournament was moved from Mexico to Costa Rica?
  2. DCUPopeAndLillyFan

    Apr 20, 2000
    On Friday in the DR, 1st leg:

    Dominican Republic 0-7 Haiti (5-0 HT)

    Second leg was supposed to be in Haiti yesterday but cannot find the result yet. barring a catastrophic meltdown, Haiti will be in the US' group in Costa Rica.

    Mods, can you add a [R] to the thread title. Thanks.
  3. DCUPopeAndLillyFan

    Apr 20, 2000
    Apparently, the second leg was also in the DR on Sunday:

    Dominican Rep 2-3 Haiti (2-1)

    Haiti was shockingly down at the half but came back to win on the night and 10-2 on aggregate (the series was basically sewn up after the first leg anyway). Thus, Haiti joins the US' group in Costa Rica in February.
  4. DCUPopeAndLillyFan

    Apr 20, 2000
    Suriname-Trinidad & Tobago

    Nov 9 in Suriname

    Suriname 0-2 Trinidad & Tobago

    Surprisingly close, T&T needed a late own goal to take the lead. Second leg is also in Suriname on Wed, winner goes into the US' and Haiti's group in Costa Rica.
  5. gousa9

    gousa9 New Member

    Aug 28, 1999
    this hasn't been updated in awhile ...

    guatemala is hosting panama and belize in qualifications ... some games in the books already:

    nov. 19
    guatemala 18 - belize 0

    nov. 21
    panama 15 - belize 2

    guatemala - panama play tomorrow, and that looks to be a good game ... panama needs a win to advance, as guatemala has the GD.

  6. arose123

    arose123 New Member

    Jul 27, 2002
    Panama vs guatemala 10:30 L.A, Time RPC Radio


    Promover el fútbol de las mujeres de Panamanian

    Panamanian Defender Tricia Arosemena #2 aparece junto al boxeador Alexis Argüello in L.A.

    La única jugadora legionaria que integrará la selección femenil de Panamá será Tricia Arosemena, quien estudia en Los Angeles, Estados Unidos.
    La futbolista panameña nacida en Estados Unidos, Tricia Arosemena participó en el desfile de la celebración de la Independencia de Centroamérica y el Centenario de la Independencia de Panamá de Colombia organizado por la Comunidad Centroamericana residente en la ciudad de Los Angeles, California, donde reside la atleta.

    El día viernes 12 de septiembre, Arosemena recibió la distinción de ser participante del desfile por parte de la Asociación Centroamericana (COFECA), organizadora de la parada, en la Municipalidad de Los Angeles, siendo aplaudida por los asistentes al acto, en el que contó además con la presencia de los vicepresidentes de la región, entre ellos el Segundo Vicepresidente de la República, Arturo Vallarino.

    El domingo, la futbolista recibió el saludo y cariño de los latinos residentes en la ciudad californiana, incluso con admiración dado que era la primera vez que una futbolista panameña y quien practica este deporte estuviera presente en esta actividad, en el que además de Tricia, estuvieron presentes en los actos distinguidas personalidades del mundo social, cultural y deportivo centroamericano quienes han aportado cosas positivas a la sociedad estadounidense, entre ellos, el Grand Marshall (o Gran Mariscal) quien presidió el desfile, el ex campeón mundial de boxeo, el nicaragüense Alexis Argüello.
  7. JLSA

    JLSA Member

    Nov 11, 2003
    23 Nov
    Guatemala 1 (Magnolia Perez 48')
    Panama 1 (Maritzela Bedoya 44')

    Guatemala advances to Group A of the finals
  8. donzerly

    donzerly New Member

    Feb 24, 2002

    The qualified teams for the final eight tournament in Costa Rica, Feb. 25 - March 7:

    Group A
    Costa Rica

    Group B
    Trinidad & Tobago

    Each group winner will play the other group's runner-up in the semifinals: semifinal winners will go to the Olympics.
  9. FearM9

    FearM9 New Member

    Jul 14, 2000
    On my bike
  10. gousa9

    gousa9 New Member

    Aug 28, 1999

    according to the CONCACAF site, seems like the Guatemala FA has been suspended ... article here ... and that means that guatemela will not be able to compete in oly qualifying in costa rica come february.

    i feel really bad, as they worked hard to even get to the final round of qualifying in costa rica, and it would be a shame that they are punished for something i am sure that has nothing to do with the women's program.

    hopefully things work out and they'll be there ... if not ... can we assume that panama will be in the finals now??

  11. gousa9

    gousa9 New Member

    Aug 28, 1999
    looking at canada's sched in costa rica ... seems like we'll be fielding two teams on the same day! ;) lol
    hopefully they'll fix that

  12. ansonfan

    ansonfan New Member

    Dec 26, 2003
    Charlotte, NC
    This is not brain surgery:

    semis -

    USA v. Coata Rico
    Canada v. Mexico

    finals -

    Canada v. USA

    winner -

  13. Canadian_Supporter

    Staff Member

    Dec 20, 1999
    Prostějov, CR
    Nat'l Team:
    If Canada has a off game, Mexico might be able to beat them. I assume that Mexico will field a better squad then we saw this summer.
  14. arose123

    arose123 New Member

    Jul 27, 2002
    FIFA suspends Federación de Fútbol de Guatemala

    FIFA suspends Federación de Fútbol de Guatemala

    9.1.04 - The FIFA Emergency Committee today suspended the Federación de Fútbol de Guatemala (FEDEFUTBOL) as a result of governmental interference in the affairs of the federation, which constitutes a violation of the general organisational principles and Statutes of FIFA.

    Panama is going as runner-up!!!

    The technician of the feminine selection of Ezequiel soccer Fernandez summoned 17 players of the greater selection feminine, who are due to today report to the Rommel stage Fernandez to 3 of afternoon. The feminine selection will begin its preparation, in case the CONCAFAF decides that Panama participates in the feminine preOlympic match that will gamble in Costa Rica, occupying the position of Guatemala, whose federation was suspended of all competition by the maximum organism of world-wide soccer FIFA. The secretary of the Federation Panama de Fu'tbol Ramon Cardoze maintained that not yet they have received an official notification of the CONCACAF, but that the equipment will begin to prepare itself in case that they are notified to replace to Guatemala. The players who were asked for by the technician Fernandez are: Frank Mónica, Dilian Alvarado, Maxima Gonzàlez, Ruth Romero, Steffany Aguilar, Natalia Perea, Yanilka González, Raiza Gutiérrez. Tambièn will have to appear: Maritzenia Bedoya, Amarelis De Mera, Morning call Valderrama, Lucrecia Valderrama, Yorden Perez, Tricia Arosemena, Tanìa Domínguez, Caroline Gaytán and Stolen Ninoska.
  15. DCUPopeAndLillyFan

    Apr 20, 2000
    Don't count on Panama going just yet. Has CONCACAF set a deadline yet by which time Guatemala must have its affairs in order before replacing them in this qualifying (as well as for men's qualifying)?
  16. arose123

    arose123 New Member

    Jul 27, 2002
    Panama replaces Guatemala at CONCACAF 2004 Olympic Final Round Qualification

    Panama replaces Guatemala at CONCACAF 2004 Olympic Final Round Qualification

    12.1.04 - CONCACAF announced today that Panama replaces recently suspended Guatemalan team at the 2004 Women’s Olympic Final Round Qualification scheduled for Costa Rica from 25 February – 5 March.
    Guatemala is now ineligible to participate in this event due to the suspension, by both CONCACAF and FIFA, of their National Association FEDEFUTBOL (Federación de Fútbol de Guatemala). COMPLETE STORY

    Panama had finished tied for first place (with four points) in the Central American Zone Preliminary Series E but lost out to the host Guatemala in the triangular event, which also included Belize, on goal difference (+18 to +13).

    CONCACAF also unveiled today the complete fixtures for the Women’s Olympic Final Round that will feature two groups of four teams playing in two venues in Costa Rica: Estadio Eladio Rosabal Cordero in Heredia; Estadio Nacional in San José.

    Canada, Jamaica, Panama and Costa Rica are in Group A, while Group B is composed of Haiti, Mexico, Trinidad & Tobago and the USA.

    The event kicks off on Wednesday, 25 February 2004 and will have six consecutive first round doubleheaders (three each in Groups A and B) until Sunday, 1 March.

    The top two teams in each group advance to the semifinals on 3 March at the Estadio Nacional, with Group A winner taking on Group B Runner-up and Group B winner facing the runner-up from Group A.

    The semifinal losers will meet in the third-place game on 5 March at the Estadio Eladio Rosabal Cordero, while the two finalists, who will also meet on 5 March, earn CONCACAF’s two berths to the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece.

    Group A: Costa Rica, Canada, Jamaica, Panama
    Group B: USA, Mexico, Trinidad & Tobago, Haiti

    Date - Matches - Venue (Kick off)
    Wednesday, 25 February - Mexico vs. Haiti/Trinidad & Tobago vs. USA - Estadio Nacional (13:00/15:00)
    Thursday, 26 February - Canada vs. Jamaica/Costa Rica vs. Panama - Estadio Eladio Rosabal Cordero (18:00/20:00)
    Friday, 27 February - Trinidad & Tobago vs. Mexico/Haiti vs. USA - Estadio Eladio Rosabal Cordero (18:00/(20:00)
    Saturday, 28 February - Canada vs. Panama/Costa Rica vs. Jamaica - Estadio Nacional (13:00/15:00)
    Sunday, 29 February - Haiti vs. Trinidad & Tobago/USA vs. Mexico -Estadio Nacional (13:00/15:00)
    Monday, 1 March - Jamaica vs. Panama/Costa Rica vs. Canada - Estadio Eladio Rosabal Cordero (18:00/20:00)
    Wednesday, 3 March - Semifinal #1 (A1 vs. B2)/Semifinal #2 (B1 vs. A2) - Estadio Nacional (13:00/15:30)
    Friday, 5 March - Third-Place/Final - Estadio Eladio Rosabal Cordero (18:00/20:00)

    Women's Olympic Qualifying
    12.1.04 - Panama replaces Guatemala at CONCACAF 2004 Olympic Final Round Qualification
    6.1.04 - Trinidad & Tobago women to host three friendlies against Canada U-19s

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