CONCACAF announced the creation of two new tournaments to be able to give further growth to the sport in the region.
the Women’s football It is constantly progressing. Every year they try to find new ways to enrich a sport that little by little begins to be accepted by the rest of society. This is why CONCACAFThrough a comprehensive statement, Unveiled two new tournaments that seek to enrich the game.
in a controlled area USA and Canada women’s national team -Latest Champion Olympic GamesThe intention is for the rest of the teams to continue to grow and make football more competitive. this is the reason Starting in 2024, the W Gold Cup, which is equivalent to the men’s Gold Cup, will bring the best teams together.
In total they will be 12 selections and will be divided into three groups. between them, Eight belong to CONCACAF and four guests from other associations. To determine the rating, another competition will be organized that will enable the possible participation. This will be called Road to the W Gold Cup, and will be played after the 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, which will give a total of six contenders for this new team.
Finally, there will also be CONCACAF Championship 2022, That would serve as his qualifications World Cup 2023 and the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. Previously, there would be a file Qualification for this competition in which 30 teams affiliated with the organization will participate. It will also hold two places in the Gold Cup.
CONCACAF statement on the establishment of the Women’s Football Gold Cup
“CONCACAF has revealed details of its new and exciting competition for the women’s national team, which will run from 2021 to 2024. The structure will include two major summer championships: the CONCACAF W Championship in 2022 and the CONCACAF W Gold Cup in 2024.”The statement began.
And he added: “This new calendar prioritizes introducing more official match dates for all women’s national teams in the CONCACAF region and ensuring an elite competition to showcase the highest level of international women’s football at the Confederation.”