The Costa Rican women’s soccer team will start the World Cup and its Olympic track in Group B of the first qualifying stage, against Guatemala, St Kitts and Nevis, Curaçao and the US Virgin Islands.
As part of the new CONCACAF Women’s Multi-Purpose Championship as it works to qualify for the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand 2023, the Olympic Games in Paris 2024 and the Gold Cup 2024, the Costa Rican women’s soccer team will begin its journey in the regional tournament from the preliminary round.
Those led by Amelia Valverde were previously seeded in Group B from that first stage, and will have rivals Guatemala, St Kitts and Nevis, the US Virgin Islands and Curaçao.
At this point, one round will be played, with two home matches and two more as visits to each team, on specific dates that have not yet been decided, but it is known that they will take place in November of this year and April 2022. He will receive the San Cristobal and Guatemala team, and will travel to the Virgin Islands American and Curaçao Territories. Only those who win in this group will be able to advance to the second round.
In this second round, the six winners of each of the previous five-streets will join the United States, the world champion, and Canada, the Olympic champion, to split into two stages at home, with access to the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand it is necessary to finish in the first two places of each pot Or, if they finished third, join one of the three places available in the Global Qualifiers featuring 10 teams from around the world. In addition, anyone who manages to win during the qualifying process gets a direct ticket to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, while their victims in the final must play against whoever joins the game for third place to get a second ticket. Those who have qualified for the 2024 Paris Olympics will also have direct access to the 2024 Women’s Gold Cup.