Bermuda’s home match against Montserrat cancelled
Bermuda’s Concacaf Nations League group B match against Montserrat, scheduled to be held at the Flora Duffy Stadium on Tuesday, has been cancelled.
The Bermuda Football Association received notification from Concacaf to confirm the match would no longer be played.
“The Montserrat Football Association has unfortunately decided to withdraw from the match No 65 of the Concacaf Nations League group stage originally scheduled on Tuesday, June 14 in Bermuda,” read the BFA statement.
“Consequently, and in accordance with the competition regulations, the Concacaf Disciplinary Committee will evaluate the situation and take the final decision of the outcome of the match and notify both member associations accordingly”.
The reason behind the decision appears to remain unknown to the BFA.
“The BFA looks forward to receiving the adjudication from the Concacaf Disciplinary Committee where we await full disclosure of the circumstances that have led to the cancellation of the match,” the statement added.
The association, which did not respond to requests for further comment, has also confirmed that fans who have purchased tickets for the fixture will receive a full refund through the ptix.bm website.
Kyle Lightbourne’s side are in the Dominican Republic preparing to face Montserrat on Saturday.