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Bermuda to face Guatemala in a friendly

The Bermuda Football Association have announced that Bermuda will play host to Guatemala in a friendly on Tuesday, October 15, at the National Sports Centre.

The encounter will follow Bermuda's Concacaf Nations League A Group B match against Gold Cup champions Mexico at the same venue, on October 11, at 10pm, and will act as preparation for the reverse fixture against Mexico on November 19.

Despite being ranked 133rd in the latest Fifa rankings, 34 places above Bermuda, Guatemala find themselves in League C of the Concacaf Nations League, where they sit top of group C after emphatic victories over Anguilla and Puerto Rico, winning 10-0 and 5-0 respectively.

Tickets for both home matches are on sale at the Clyde Best Center of Excellence, the Pro Shop and online at

Night to remember: Nahki Wells is mobbed by his team-mates after scoring Bermuda's opening goal against Panama in the Concacaf Nations League at the Rommel Fernández Stadium last night. Bermuda won the match 2-0 (Photograph by Roberto Cisneros/La Prensa)

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Published September 30, 2019 at 4:54 pm (Updated September 30, 2019 at 4:54 pm)

Bermuda to face Guatemala in a friendly

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