(Reuters) – The CONCACAF men’s qualifying tournament for the Tokyo Olympics will be played March 18-30 in Guadalajara, Mexico, the governing body for soccer in North, Central America and the Caribbean said on Thursday. The competition had originally been scheduled for March last year, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The eight participating nations were divided into two groups of four with Mexico and Honduras as the two seeded teams. Group A will be made up of Mexico, the United States, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic, while Group B will include Honduras, Canada, El Salvador and Haiti. The groups will play a round-robin with the top two teams from each advancing to the semifinals. The winners of the semi-finals will get places at the Tokyo Games.
CONCACAF men’s Olympic qualifying tournament rescheduled for March By Reuters
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