Teams are vying for promotion to League A in the Nations League. The new teams in League A El Salvador, Grenada, Jamaica, and Surname will want to stay in the league, but the groups they have been drawn into may make it more difficult than expected.
It will be a chance for the United States, Canada, and Mexico to prepare for the World Cup, while the countries that didn’t make it will play their first competitive matches since the qualifying round. A fantastic time to experiment with different formations and strategies.
International football competition involving men’s national teams from 41 CONCACAF member associations will take place in its second season in 2022–23 when CONCACAF Nations League A will be a division. It will take place between June 2nd, 2022, and March 28th, 2023. At the conclusion of League A, the 2023 CONCACAF Nations League Finals will crown the CONCACAF Nations League winners.
What’s in It for Us?
The 2022-23 Group Stage Will Be Used to Qualify for The 2023 Gold Cup, in Addition to A Regional Trophy and Possibly Promotion to The Leagues. League And League B Group Winners (eight Teams Each) and Runners-Up (four Teams Each) Will Be Guaranteed a Spot in Next Year’s Gold Cup Following Round-Robin Group Stage Play.
In Addition, the Gold Cup Prelims Will Serve as A Stepping Stone for A Further 12 Teams to Enter the Event. the Four Third-Place Finishers from League A, the Four Second-Place Finishers from League B, and The Four Group Winners from League C Will Participate in The Preliminaries (four Teams).
Mexico, Jamaica, and Suriname Make up Group A.
In the Second Group, You Have the Countries of Costa Rica, Panama, and Martinique.
Group C Consists of Canada, Honduras, and Curaçao.
Usa, El Salvador and Grenada Make up Group D.
Thursday, June 2, 7:30 P.M. Et (paramount+): Panama vs. Costa Rica
8 P.M. Et on June 3rd (paramount+): Curaçao vs. Honduras.
Suriname vs. Jamaica, 7 P.M. Et (paramount+) on Saturday, June 4
The Matchup Between El Salvador and Granada Will Take Place at 10:00 Pm Eastern Time (paramount+).
This Coming Sunday, June 5, Costa Rica Will Take on Martinique at 1 pm Et on Paramount+.
Honduras vs. Curaçao, 10 P.M. Et on Monday, June 6 (paramount+)
At 7:00 Pm Et on Tuesday, June 7, Grenada Will Take on El Salvador in An International Soccer Matchup Presented by Paramount+.
9:00 pm Et (paramount+): Suriname vs. Jamaica
8:00 P.M. Et (paramount+) on Thursday, June 9 (panama vs. Martinique)
10:30 P.M. Et (paramount+): Canada vs. Curaçao (world Cup Qualifier).
In the United States vs. Grenada Match on June 10, 10 P.M. Et on Espn+ and Tudn,
Mexico vs. Suriname, 10 P.M. Et (paramount+) on Saturday, June 11
Sunday, June 12th, 6:00 P.M. Et (paramount+), Martinique vs. Panama.
On Monday, June 13, at 10 P.M. Et (paramount+), Honduras vs. Canada Will Be Televised Live.
Jamaica vs. Mexico (paramount+) at 8 pm Et; El Salvador vs. The United States (paramount+) at 10 pm Et on Tuesday, June 14. (fs1, Univision)
Suriname vs. Mexico (paramount+) on March 23, 2023 (Thursday, March 23).
In 2023, on March 24th.
The Match Between Grenada and The United States Is yet To Be Determined.
The 25th of March 2023.
Martinique vs. Costa Rica (paramount+)
Mexico vs. Jamaica, Sunday, March 26, 2023 (paramount+)
United States Against. El Salvador, Tbd, Monday, March 27
Consists of The Following Countries: Cuba, Guadeloupe, Antigua & Barbuda, and Barbados
Members of Group B Include: Guyana, Montserrat, Guyana, and Haiti.
Trinidad and Tobago; Nicaragua; Saint Vincent and The Grenadines; Bahamas; Dominican Republic.
French Guiana, Guatemala, the Dominican Republic, and Belize
Bonaire, Turks, and Caicos, U.S. Virgin Islands, Sint Maarten Group A: Saint Kitts and Nevis, Aruba, Saint Martin
U.S. Virgin Islands
Dominica and Anguilla Are Part of The Third Group.
D: Puerto Rico, Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands,