On Wednesday, May 2nd, the 2012 CONCACAF Under-17 Women’s Championship kicks off in Guatemala City, Guatemala, with eight teams hoping to claim one of three spots for the 2012 FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup (U-17 WWC) in Azerbaijan. The three teams to claim those spots will likely be the United States, Canada, and Mexico. However, one of the other five teams in the tournament could play the role of spoiler. Continue reading “CONCACAF WU-17: A Preview Wrap-Up”
Should the USA advance to the knock-out stage of the 2012 CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship, they will face at least of one of the four teams from Group A, which are Canada, Guatemala, Jamaica, and Panama. If the USA wins their group, then they will face the second-place team from the above four, which will probably be the hosts Guatemala. Although Panama, who have a number of players who competed in the recent CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Championship, which it hosted, and Jamaica, which has recently bolstered its roster with six foreign based players (five from Canada and one from the US), could also claim the second spot. Continue reading “CONCACAF WU-17: Group A Preview – Canada, Guatemala, Jamaica, Panama”
As rosters for the 2012 CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship become available, they will be added to this post.
Known final rosters: USA, Canada, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Guatemala.
Final rosters not yet available: Bahamas, Trinidad & Tobago.
For the United States Under-17 Women’s National Team’s roster, see this older post, which links to detailed player profiles. For Mexico’s roster, see this post.