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Bermuda to host Haiti in Nations League opener

Rivalry resumed: Haiti v Bermuda (Photograph by David Leah Cairns/Concacaf)

Bermuda will host Haiti at the Flora Duffy Stadium on June 4 as Kyle Lightbourne’s side kick off their Concacaf Nations League campaign.

After the Concacaf draw in April, Bermuda were placed in group B of League B where they will also meet Montserrat, and Guyana in a round-robin format across two windows — next month and March 2023.

After the Haiti encounter, which kicks off at 6pm, Bermuda will travel to face Guyana at the National Track and Field Centre in Leonora on June 7, before heading to the Dominican Republic four days later, to take on Montserrat, at the Estadio Olimpico Felix Sanchez.

The final match of the first match window will see Bermuda return home to face Montserrat on June 14.

The confederation’s 41 member associations were divided into three leagues based on the results of the inaugural Nations League group stage in 2019 that included promotion and relegation between the leagues.

Also in League B with Bermuda are Cuba, Guadeloupe, Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados (group A); Trinidad & Tobago, Nicaragua, St Vincent & the Grenadines and Bahamas (group C) and Guatemala, French Guiana, Dominican Republic and Belize in group D.

The group stage will also continue to serve as the qualifier for the 2023 Gold Cup.

After round-robin group stage play, the League A group winners and runners-up and the four League B group winners will guarantee their participation in the seventeenth edition of the Gold Cup.

Twelve other teams will have an opportunity to qualify for the tournament via the Gold Cup preliminaries.

Those matches will include the third-place teams from the four groups of League A, the League B second-place finishers, and the four League C group winners.

Additional details regarding the 2023 Gold Cup preliminaries will be announced at a later date.

• Tickets for the home matches against Haiti and Montserrat are available for purchase on PTix.bm. General admission tickets are $30 for adults and $20 for seniors and children under 12. Early bird tickets are available for $20 (adults) and $10 (seniors and children) until Friday.

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Published May 17, 2022 at 7:48 am (Updated May 17, 2022 at 7:48 am)

Bermuda to host Haiti in Nations League opener

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