CONCACAF has announced the schedule for Round 2 of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Qualifiers. The matches for all 24 teams will be played on 2 and 6 September, 7 and 11 October, and 11 and 15 November.
CONCACAF has announced the schedule for Round 2 of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Qualifiers. The matches for all 24 teams will be played on 2 and 6 September, 7 and 11 October, and 11 and 15 November. Six teams from CONCACAF Round 2 – one from each group – will advance to CONCACAF Round 3 to meet six other CONCACAF nations.
Canada’s home matches are scheduled for Friday 2 September, Tuesday 11 October and Tuesday 15 November. Canada’s away matches are scheduled for Tuesday 6 September, Friday 7 October, and Friday 11 November. Canada’s group opponents are St. Kitts and Nevis, Puerto Rico and St. Lucia.
Canada will announce more details regarding its home matches on Tuesday 2 August, one month before it begins the qualification phase for Brazil 2014 on 2 September. Information on ticket sales will be announced later in the same week.
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Qualifiers CONCACAF / Round 2
Friday 2 September : Canada v St. Kitts and Nevis
Tuesday 6 September : Puerto Rico v Canada
Friday 7 October : St. Lucia v Canada
Tuesday 11 October : Canada v Puerto Rico
Friday 11 November : St. Kitts and Nevis v Canada
Tuesday 15 November : Canada v St. Lucia
To view the complete CONCACAF Round 2 schedule, please visit CONCACAF.com
Thirty-five nations from CONCACAF will participate in the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Qualifiers. After five teams were eliminated in CONCACAF Round 1, there are 24 teams participating in CONCACAF Round 2 this fall. Six Round 2 group winners will then meet up with six more nations for CONCACAF Round 3, with the 12 teams separated into three groups. The top two teams from each Round 3 group will then advance to CONCACAF Round 4, a final group of six teams from which three teams will automatically qualify from Brazil 2014 and a fourth team will advance to an intercontinental playoff against the champion from Oceania.
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