Concacaf Qualifiers for FIFA World Cup 2026 Continue with Second Round

MIAMI — The Concacaf Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup 2026 are in full swing as the Second Round of qualification kicks off for 30 nations from Central America and the Caribbean.

For this phase, the participating teams have been split into six groups of five. The top two nations from each group will advance to the Final Round.

Each country will play a home and away match during the June 2024 FIFA match window. As the teams reach the halfway point of the Second Round, the competition is set to resume in June 2025.

The schedule for the upcoming matches in June 2024 is as follows:

• Wednesday, June 5: Antigua and Barbuda vs. Bermuda
• Thursday, June 6: Honduras vs. Cuba
• Saturday, June 8: Cayman Islands vs. Antigua and Barbuda
• Sunday, June 9: Bermuda vs. Honduras
• Tuesday, June 11: Cuba vs. Cayman Islands

Antigua and Barbuda will kick off the action by hosting Bermuda at the ABFA Technical Center in Piggotts. Meanwhile, Honduras will face Cuba at the Chelato Ucles National Stadium in Tegucigalpa.

In another group, Trinidad and Tobago will clash with Grenada, and Costa Rica will meet St. Kitts and Nevis. Curaçao will take on Barbados, while Haiti will go up against St. Lucia. Nicaragua will face Montserrat, and Panama will play against Guyana. Guatemala will compete against Dominica, and Jamaica will meet the Dominican Republic. Lastly, Suriname will take on Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and El Salvador will face Puerto Rico.

The road to the FIFA World Cup 2026 is heating up in Concacaf, with teams vying for a coveted spot in the tournament. As the Second Round unfolds, fans can expect thrilling matches and fierce competition as nations battle it out on the field.

Stay tuned for more updates on the Concacaf Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup 2026 as the journey to the prestigious tournament continues.