Jamaica in Pot 1 for CONCACAF Nation’s League “A” draw – May 6

Jamaica will be placed in Pot 1 of League “A” when the Concacaf Nation’s League official draw which will determine the groups for all three leagues, will be conducted on Monday, May 6, 2024 in Miami.

The Concacaf Nations League will continue to be played in a three-league format (A, B, and C), with the teams distributed into the leagues according to the results of the preceding edition (2023/24).

The group stage draw involves six pots for League A, four for League B, and three for League C.

The teams participating in the group stage have been allocated in a pot based on the Concacaf rankings as of March 31, 2024.

League A includes 16 teams and a quarterfinal round.

For group stage play, the 12 lowest-ranked league A national teams (based on the Concacaf rankings) will be split into two groups of six teams each and play in a “Swiss style” league system, with each team playing a total of four games (two at home and two away).

After group stage play during the FIFA match windows of September and October, the first and second place finishers of each group (four teams in total) will advance to the quarterfinals, where they will join the four top-ranked League A teams.

Meantime, Jamaica will be placed in Pot 1 alongside Costa Rica, Pot 2 includes Honduras and Guatemala, Pot 3 has Trinidad and Tobago and Martinique, Pot 4 has Cuba and Guadeloupe, Pot 5 includes Nicaragua and Suriname while Pot 6 has French Guiana and Guyana.

The already pre-seeded teams in the quarterfinals are: Mexico, United States, Panama, and Canada.

The quarterfinals in November, will be played in a home-and-away format, with the aggregate score winner in each matchup advancing to the Concacaf Nations League finals.

The finals, where a new champion will be crowned, are scheduled for March 2025.


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