Jamaica’s Underneath-20 Reggae Boyz delegation was slated to start departing the island on Tuesday afternoon for San Pedro Sula, Honduras, forward of the CONCACAF Underneath-20 Championship from June 18 by means of to July 3.
A gaggle of 17 will depart Montego Bay for Atlanta the place they are going to in a single day earlier than persevering with on to San Pedro Sula on Wednesday morning, whereas two teams of seven will journey by way of constitution from Kingston on Wednesday at 7:30am and 12:30pm.
The younger Reggae Boyz are drawn in Group H and can oppose Costa Rica on June 18, hosts Honduras on June 20 and Antigua and Barbuda on June 22 within the preliminary spherical at Estadio Morazan.
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After the group stage from June 18 – 23, the highest three groups from every of the teams will advance to the Spherical of 16, becoming a member of the 4 CMU20C Qualifiers winners (qualifiers between the bottom ranked nations came about in November 2021.)
The 16-team knockout stage will start with the Spherical of 16 on June 25 and 26, adopted by the quarter-finals on June 29, the semi-finals on July 1 and the ultimate on July 3.
Jamaica’s lone qualification on the FIFA World Underneath-20 Championship was in 2001.
Squad: Ricardo Watson, Coniah Boyce-Clarke, Luke Bailey Bradley-Morgan, Jadon Anderson, Dexter Lembikisa, Romain Blake, Tarick Ximines, Lamonth Rochester, Luis Watson, Malachi Douglas, Alexander Bicknell, Duncan McKenzie, Christopher Pearson, Kobi Thomas, Devonte Campbell, Tyler Roberts, Jemone Barclay, Chad James, Jahmari Clarke, Zion Scralett.
The delegation is accomplished by Baron Watson, head of delegation; Remawn Thomas, workforce supervisor; Marcell Gayle, head coach; Andrew Sewell, goalkeeper coach; Harry Nelson, coach; Leacroft Lettman, assistant coach; Tajay Bailey, physiotherapist; Wendell Downswell, technical director; Ronald Watson, tools supervisor; Ruchelle Calvert-Brown, workforce physician; Rory Rhoden, masseur.