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Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football
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Abbreviation CONCACAF
Formation 1961
Type Sports organization
Headquarters 22x20px New York City, United States
Membership 40 member associations
Secretary General 22x20px Enrique Sanz
President 22x20px Jeffrey Webb
Website www.concacaf.com

The Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (Spanish: Confederación de Fútbol de Norte, Centroamérica y el Caribe;[1] French: Confédération de football d'Amérique du Nord, d'Amérique centrale et des Caraïbes[2]), commonly known as CONCACAF (pron.: /ˈkɒn.kəkæf/ KON-kə-kaf); is the continental governing body for association football in North America, Central America and the Caribbean. Three South American entities, the independent nations of Guyana and Suriname and the French department of French Guiana, are also members.[3]

CONCACAF was founded in its current form on 18 September 1961 in Mexico City, Mexico by the fusion of the NAFC and the CCCF, and it became one of the six continental confederations affiliated with FIFA. Its primary administrative functions are to organize competitions for national teams and clubs, and to conduct World Cup qualifying tournaments. Men's football in the region has been dominated by Mexico, and in recent years United States has improved rapidly. Both have won all but one of the editions of the CONCACAF Gold Cup. The United States has been very successful in the women's game, being the only CONCACAF member to win any of the three major worldwide competitions in women's football—the World Cup (twice), the Olympics (four times), and the Algarve Cup (eight times).

LeadershipEdit

The first leader of CONCACAF was Costa Rican Ramón Coll Jaumet; he had overseen the merger between the NAFC and the CCCF. He was succeeded in the role by Mexican Joaquín Soria Terrazas in 1969 who served as president for 21 years.

His successor Jack Warner also presided over CONCACAF for 21 years. Warner was one of the most controversial figures in world football. Warner was suspended as president on 30 May 2011 due to his temporary suspension from football related activity by FIFA following corruption allegations.[4] A power struggle developed at CONCACAF following the allegations against Warner. The allegations against Warner were reported to the FIFA ethics committee by Chuck Blazer, the secretary general of CONCACAF. The acting president of CONCACAF, Lisle Austin, sent Blazer a letter saying he was "terminated as general secretary with immediate effect".[5] Austin described Blazer's actions as "inexcusable and a gross misconduct of duty and judgement" and said the American was no longer fit to hold the post.[6] The executive committee of CONCACAF later issued a statement saying that Austin did not have the authority to fire Blazer, and the decision was unauthorized.[5] On 20 June 2011, Jack Warner resigned from the presidency of CONCACAF, all posts with FIFA, and removed himself from all participation in football, in the wake of the corruption investigation resulting from the 10 May 2011 meeting of the Caribbean Football Union.[7] The vice-president of CONCACAF, Alfredo Hawit, acted as president until May 2012. [8]

In May 2012, Cayman Islands banker Jeffrey Webb was installed as President of CONCACAF.

Corporate Structure Edit

CONCACAF is located in North America
Nassau, Bahamas
New York, United States
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Locations of CONCACAF offices

CONCACAF is a not-for-profit company registered in Nassau, Bahamas.[9]

The headquarters of the CONCACAF (referred to as the office of the president) are currently located in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad - the home city of former CONCACAF president Jack Warner. However, it is expected the headquarters will be relocated to George Town, Cayman Islands where the newly installed president Jeffrey Webb resides.

The administration office of CONCACAF (referred to as the primary office) is located in Manhattan, New York - the home town of Chuck Blazer, the former general secretary. Honduran Alfredo Hawit, acting president between 2011 and 2012 stated that CONCACAF will relocate to Miami in late 2012 as it is more accessible to the Central American and Caribbean nations.[10]

Hawit's successor, Jeffrey Webb has also indicated that CONCACAF plans to move out of its offices in Trump Tower.[11]

In July 2012, Webb appointed Miami-based Enrique Sanz as the CONCACAF General Secretary paving the way for CONCACAF to relocate as the CONCACAF constitution requires the headquarters to be sited in the same city as the General Secretary.[12]

Member nationsEdit

M = Men's National Team
W = Women's National Team

National association National team Formation year FIFA affiliation year CONCACAF affiliation year IOC member
North American Zone (NAFU)
22x20px Canada (M, W) 1912 1913 1963 Yes
22x20px Mexico (M, W) 1927 1929 1961 Yes
22x20px United States (M, W) 1913 1914 1961 Yes
Central American Zone (UNCAF)
22x20px Belize (M, W) 1980 1986 1986 Yes
22x20px Costa Rica (M, W) 1921 1927 1962 Yes
22x20px El Salvador (M, W) 1935 1938 1962 Yes
22x20px Guatemala (M, W) 1919 1946 1961 Yes
22x20px Honduras (M, W) 1951 1951 1961 Yes
22x20px Nicaragua (M, W) 1931 1950 1968 Yes
22x20px Panama (M, W) 1937 1938 1961 Yes
Caribbean Zone (CFU)
22x20px Anguilla (M, W) 1990 1996 1994 No
22x20px Antigua and Barbuda (M, W) 1928 1972 1972 Yes
22x20px Aruba (M, W) 1932 1988 1988 Yes
22x20px Bahamas (M, W) 1967 1968 1981 Yes
22x20px Barbados (M, W) 1910 1968 1968 Yes
22x20px Bermuda1 (M, W) 1928 1962 1962 Yes
22x20px British Virgin Islands (M, W) 1974 1996 1996 Yes
22x20px Cayman Islands (M, W) 1966 1992 1992 Yes
22x20px Cuba (M, W) 1924 1929 1961 Yes
22x20px Curaçao (M, W) 2010 2010 2010 No
22x20px Dominica (M, W) 1970 1994 1994 Yes
22x20px Dominican Republic (M, W) 1953 1958 1964 Yes
22x20px French Guiana2,3 (M, W) 1962 1964 No
22x20px Grenada (M, W) 1924 1978 1969 Yes
22x20px Guadeloupe3 (M, W) 1961 1964 No
22x20px Guyana2 (M, W) 1902 1970 1961 Yes
22x20px Haiti (M, W) 1904 1934 1961 Yes
22x20px Jamaica (M, W) 1910 1962 1965 Yes
22x20px Martinique3 (M, W) 1953 1964 No
22x20px Montserrat (M, W) 1994 1996 1994 No
22x20px Puerto Rico (M, W) 1940 1960 1961 Yes
22x20px Saint Kitts and Nevis (M, W) 1932 1992 1990 Yes
22x20px Saint Lucia (M, W) 1979 1988 1965 Yes
22x20px Saint Martin3 (M, W) 1999 2000 No
22x20px Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (M, W) 1979 1988 1988 Yes
22x20px Sint Maarten3 (M, W) 1986 1998 No
22x20px Suriname2 (M, W) 1920 1929 1965 Yes
22x20px Trinidad and Tobago (M, W) 1908 1964 1962 Yes
22x20px Turks and Caicos Islands (M, W) 1996 1998 1996 No
22x20px U.S. Virgin Islands (M, W) 1992 1998 1997 Yes

1:Inside the North American zone, but CFU member.
2:South American country, but CONCACAF member.
3:Full CONCACAF member, but non-FIFA member.

Teams not affiliated to the IOC are not eligible to participate in the Summer Olympics football tournament, as a result they do not participate in the CONCACAF Men's Pre-Olympic Tournament or the CONCACAF Women's Pre-Olympic Tournament.

CompetitionsEdit

National teams Edit

ConfederationEdit

Regional unionsEdit

Beach SoccerEdit

DefunctEdit

ClubsEdit

Confederation Edit

Regional unionsEdit

DefunctEdit

CONMEBOL tournaments with CONCACAF competitorsEdit

National teams Edit

ClubsEdit

World Cup Participation and ResultsEdit

Legend
  • 1st – Champion
  • 2nd – Runner-up
  •  3rd  – Third Place[13]
  • 4th – Fourth place
  • QF – Quarterfinals
  • R16 – Round of 16 (since 1986: knockout round of 16)
  • GS – Group Stage (in the 1950, 1974, 1978 and 1982 tournaments, which had two group stages, this refers to the first group stage)
  • 1S – First Knockout Stage (1934–1938 Single-elimination tournament)
  •    — Did not qualify
  •     — Did not enter / Withdrew / Banned
  •     — Hosts

World Cup QualifiersEdit

Only ten CONCACAF members have ever reached the FIFA World Cup since its inception in 1930, five of them accomplishing the feat only once. No team from the region has ever reached the final at the World Cup, but the United States has reached the semifinal in a FIFA World Cup in the first edition in 1930, where they were awarded third place, and they also reached the quarterfinal round in 2002. Mexico and Cuba have also reached the quarterfinal round. Cuba advanced to the quarterfinals in their only appearance, the 1938 FIFA World Cup. Mexico did so both times they hosted the World Cup, 1970 and 1986.

The following table shows the CONCACAF representatives at each edition of the World Cup, sorted by number of appearances:

Team 22x20px
1930
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1934
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1938
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1950
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1954
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1958
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1962
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1966
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1970
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1974
22x20px
1978
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1982
22x20px
1986
22x20px
1990
22x20px
1994
22x20px
1998
22x20px22x20px
2002
22x20px
2006
22x20px
2010
22x20px
2014
Total inclusive
WC Qual.
22x20px Mexico GS GS GS GS GS GS QF GS QF R16 R16 R16 R16 R16 14 17
22x20px United States 3rd 1S GS GS R16 GS QF GS R16 9 18
22x20px Costa Rica R16 GS GS 3 14
22x20px Honduras GS GS 2 12
22x20px El Salvador GS GS 2 11
22x20px Cuba QF 1 11
22x20px Haiti GS 1 12
22x20px Canada GS 1 12
22x20px Jamaica GS 1 10
22x20px Trinidad and Tobago GS 1 12
Total 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 4 3 35

Women's World Cup QualifiersEdit

The following table shows the CONCACAF representatives at each edition of the FIFA Women's World Cup, sorted by number of appearances.

Team 22x20px
1991
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1995
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1999
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2003
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2007
22x20px
2011
Total inclusive
WC Qual.
22x20px United States 1st 3rd 1st 3rd 3rd 2nd 6 6
22x20px Canada GS GS 4th GS QF 5 6
22x20px Mexico GS GS 2 6
Total 1 2 3 2 2 3 13

FIFA Confederations CupEdit

Legend
  • 1st – Champions
  • 2nd – Runners-up
  • 3rd – Third place
  • 4th – Fourth place
  • GS – Group stage
  • Q — Qualified for upcoming tournament
  •  ••  — Qualified but withdrew
  •  •  — Did not qualify
  •  ×  — Did not enter / Withdrew from the Gold Cup or withdrew from the Confederations Cup / Banned
  •    — Hosts
Team 1992
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1995
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1997
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1999
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2001
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2003
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2005
22x20px
2009
22x20px
2013
22x20px
2017
22x20px
2021
22x20px
Total
22x20px Canada × GS 1
22x20px Mexico 3rd GS 1st GS 4th q 6
22x20px United States 3rd 3rd GS 2nd 4
Total 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1

RankingsEdit

  • Last updates:
    • Men's national teams: 23 November 2012
    • Women's national teams: 17 August 2012
    • Clubs: 1 May 2012
Top men's national teams
Rankings are calculated by FIFA.
Top women's national teams
Rankings are calculated by FIFA.
Top clubs
Rankings are calculated by the IFFHS based
on matches played over the last year.
C F Nation Pts Ch C F Nation Pts C I Club Pts
1 14 22x20px Mexico 984 11px 5 1 22x20px United States 2221 1 44 22x20px Monterrey 169.5
2 27 22x20px United States 776 11px 5 7 22x20px Canada 2006 1 44 22x20px Santos Laguna 169.5
3 46 22x20px Panama 609 11px -3 24 22x20px Mexico 1768 3 84 22x20px Monarcas Morelia 127.5
4 50 22x20px Jamaica 586 11px 2 40 22x20px Costa Rica 1568 3 84 22x20px Cruz Azul 127.5
5 56 22x20px Honduras 572 11px 10 48 22x20px Trinidad and Tobago 1500 5 108 22x20px Seattle Sounders 116.5
6 57 22x20px Haiti 516 11px 3 58 22x20px Haiti 1397 6 131 22x20px Isidro Metapán 107.0
7 60 22x20px Canada 526 11px 1 77 22x20px Guatemala 1310 7 133 22x20px UNAM 106.0
8 64 22x20px Costa Rica 509 11px 8 88 22x20px Dominican Republic 1226 8 156 22x20px Sport Herediano 97.5
9 76 22x20px Guatemala 467 11px 5 91 22x20px Cuba 1201 9 163 22x20px UANL 94.5
10 79 22x20px Trinidad and Tobago 446 11px 2 97 22x20px El Salvador 1181 10 180 22x20px Toronto FC 90.5
11 92 22x20px Dominican Republic 406 11px 10 100 22x20px Suriname 1159 11 191 22x20px Los Angeles Galaxy 88.5
12 94 22x20px El Salvador 402 11px 16 102 22x20px Honduras 1157 12 202 22x20px Alajuelense 86.0
13 106 22x20px Saint Kitts and Nevis 327 11px 16 109 22x20px Nicaragua 1094 13 223 22x20px Comunicaciones 82.5
14 116 22x20px Guyana 306 11px 14 117 22x20px Bermuda 950 14 231 22x20px FC Dallas 81.5
15 121 22x20px Antigua and Barbuda 281 11px 16 122 22x20px Dominica 906 15 232 22x20px Guadalajara 76.5
15 125 22x20px Suriname 265 11px 5 126 22x20px Antigua and Barbuda 757 16 300 22x20px Municipal 72.0
17 126 22x20px Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 263 11px 16 17 335 22x20px Pachuca CF 67.5
18 130 22x20px Puerto Rico 248 11px 1 18 335 22x20px Real España 67.0
19 135 22x20px Bermuda 235 11px 15 19 347 22x20px Real Estelí 66.0
20 136 22x20px Nicaragua 233 11px 2 20 371 22x20px Tauro FC 64.0
21 141 22x20px Cuba 198 11px 5 21 384 22x20px Olimpia 63.0
22 144 22x20px Belize 179 11px
23 146 22x20px Saint Lucia 175 11px
24 149 22x20px Grenada 166 11px
25 153 22x20px Barbados 158 11px
26 154 22x20px Aruba 154 11px
27 155 22x20px Dominica 151 11px
28 161 22x20px Curaçao 134 11px
29 183 22x20px Bahamas 66 11px
29 183 22x20px Montserrat 66 11px
31 189 22x20px Cayman Islands 51 11px
32 190 22x20px U.S. Virgin Islands 50 11px
33 197 22x20px British Virgin Islands 34 11px
34 205 22x20px Anguilla 4 11px
35 207 22x20px Turks and Caicos Islands 0 11px

Titles by national teamEdit

North AmericaEdit

Mexico, the United States, and Canada have not participated in regional union tournaments since 1991

CanadaEdit

MenEdit

Regional Honors

Winners (2): 1985, 2000
Winners (1): 1990

International Honors

Gold Medal (1): 1904
WomenEdit

Regional Honors

Winners (2): 1998, 2010
Winners (1): 2011

International Honors

Bronze Medel (1): 2012

MexicoEdit

MenEdit

International Honors

2012
1999
Third Place (1): 1995

Regional Honors

Winners (9): 1965, 1971, 1977, 1993, 1996, 1998, 2003, 2009, 2011
Winners (1): 1991
Runners-Up (1): 1990
Winners (4): 1967, 1975, 1999, 2011
U-20 MenEdit

International Honors

1977
Third Place (1): 2011
U-17 MenEdit

International Honors

2005, 2011

United StatesEdit

MenEdit
Silver Medal (1): 1904
Bronze Medal (1): 1904
Third Place (1): 1930
Runners-Up (1): 2009
Third Place (2): 1992, 1999
Winners (4): 1991, 2002, 2005, 2007
Runners-Up (1): 1991
Gold Medal (1): 1991
WomenEdit
International Honors
1991, 1999
1996, 2004, 2008, 2012
2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011
Regional Honors
Winners (6): 1991, 1993, 1994, 2000, 2002, 2006
Gold Medal (1): 1999
U-20 WomenEdit
International Honors
2002, 2008, 2012

Central AmericaEdit

Costa RicaEdit

Regional

Winners (3): 1963, 1969, 1989
Winners (6): 1991 Champions, 1997 Champions, 1999 Champions, 2003 Champions, 2005 Champions, 2007 Champions
  • World Cup qualification First place (2): 1990,2002:
Main article: 1989 CONCACAF Championship
Main article: 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification – CONCACAF final round
Winners (7): 1941, 1946, 1948, 1953, 1955, 1960, 1961

HondurasEdit

GuatemalaEdit

Regional

Winners (1): 2001 Champions

PanamaEdit

Regional

Winners (1): 2009 Champions

CaribbeanEdit

HaitiEdit

Regional

Winners (1): 1973 Champions

Financial IrregularitiesEdit

At the 2012 CONCACAF Congress which took place during May in Budapest, legal counsel John P. Collins told the members of CONCACAF of several financial irregularities. Collins revealed that Jack Warner, the former CONCACAF President had registered the $22million Dr. João Havelange Centre of Excellence development in Port-of-Spain under the name of two companies that Warner owned.[14]

In addition Warner had secured a mortgage against the asset in 2007 which the CONCACAF members were also unaware of, the mortgage was co-signed by Lisle Austin, a former vice-president of CONCACAF. [14] The loan defaulted.

Collins also revealed that CONCACAF, despite most of its income coming from the United States had not paid any tax to the Internal Revenue Service since at least 2007 and had never filed a return in the United States.[15] Although CONCACAF is a registered non-profit-organisation in the Bahamas and head quartered in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, they have an administration office in New York and BDO and CONCACAF invited the IRS to investigate potential liabilities. It is thought that CONCACAF may have to pay up to $2million plus penalties.

Chuck Blazer stated that a full financial audit into CONCACAF by New-York based consultancy BDO was delayed due to the actions of Jack Warner and his personal accountant and the accounts could not be 'signed off' as a consequence.[15]

In addition, Blazer is to sue CONCACAF for unpaid commission of sponsorship and marketing deals which he had made in 2010 during his time as General Secretary.[14] Blazer received a 10% commission on any deal that he made on behalf of CONCACAF.[16]

The Bermuda FA asked members of CONCACAF to lobby FIFA to remove Blazer from his position on the FIFA Executive board. Blazer suggested that it was less to do with financial irregularities and more for his role in the removal of Jack Warner in the Caribbean Football Union corruption scandal: "I spent 21 years building the confederation and its competitions and its revenues and I'm the one responsible for its good levels of income. I'm perfectly satisfied that I did an excellent job. I think this is a reflection of those who were angry at me having caused the action against Warner. This is also a reaction by people who have their own agenda. I now have to consider what my options are but to say the least I am very disappointed."[16]

Membership relation Edit

There is a fractious relationship between members of CFU, UNCAF and NAFU . The elections at the CONCACAF Congress are mandated with a one-member, one-vote rule. The North American Football Union are the smallest association union in the region but its nations have strong commercial and marketing support from sponsors and they are the most populous nations in the region.

The Caribbean Football Union have the ability to outvote NAFU and UNCAF with less than half of their membership. This provoked former Acting-President Alfredo Hawit to lobby for the CONCACAF Presidency to be rotated between the three unions in CONCACAF in 2011. For 21 years, Warner had presided over CONCACAF and there was little that non-Caribbean nations could do to elect an alternative.

Under Trinidadian Jack Warner, the CFU members would vote together as a unit and Warner would act as a party whip. It happened with such regularity that sports political commentators would refer to the CFU votes as the 'Caribbean bloc' vote.

In 1993 Warner had rejected the idea of merging several smaller nations' national teams into a Pan-Caribbean team. His reasoning was that the nations were more powerful politically when separate than when together. He commented that "being small is never a liability in this sport".[17]

Hall of fameEdit

Source: [18]

See alsoEdit

Regional Unions Edit

Former ConfederationsEdit

Related articlesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Spanish pronunciation: [komfeðeɾaˈθjon de ˈfuðβol de ˈnorte ˈθentɾoaˈmeɾika j el kaˈɾiβe], locally: [komfeðeɾaˈsjon de ˈfutβol de ˈnorte ˈsentɾoaˈmeɾika j el kaˈɾiβe].
  2. French pronunciation: ​[kɔ̃fedeʁasjɔ̃ də futbɔl dameʁik dy nɔʁ dameʁik sɑ̃tʁal e dɛ kaʁaib].
  3. Concacaf Main | CONCACAF Home | About Us | National Associations. Concacaf.com. Retrieved on 2011-10-14.
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  5. 5.0 5.1 "Chuck Blazer 'survives sacking attempt', says Concacaf". BBC News Online. 1 June 2011. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/13608081.stm.
  6. "Concacaf bans president Austin after Blazer 'sacking'". BBC News Online. 4 June 2011. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/13653437.stm.
  7. FIFA announces Jack Warner resignation 20 June 2011. Fifa.com (20 June 2011). Retrieved on 2011-10-14.
  8. "Concacaf Suspends Its Acting President on Eve of Gold Cup". The New York Times. 4 June 2011. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/05/sports/soccer/concacaf-suspends-its-acting-president-lisle-austin.html.
  9. "CONCACAF Statutes" (pdf). CONCACAF. http://www.concacaf.com/staticFiles/af/41/0,,12813~147887,00.pdf. Retrieved 24 May 2012.
  10. "Hawit: "Concacaf cambiará la sede a Miami"". laprensa.hn. 13 November 2011. http://www.laprensa.hn/Secciones-Principales/Deportes/Liga-Nacional/Hawit-Concacaf-cambiara-la-sede-a-Miami. Retrieved 24 May 2012.
  11. "CONCACAF tries to oust Blazer". Sport24.co.za. 23 May 2012. http://www.sport24.co.za/Soccer/CONCACAF-tries-to-oust-Blazer-20120523. Retrieved 24 May 2012.
  12. "CONCACAF appoints Enrique Sanz as General Secretary". CONCACAF.com. 13 July 2012. http://www.concacaf.com/page/ConfederationDetail/0,,12813~2848973,00.html. Retrieved 14 July 2012.
  13. There was no Third Place match in 1930; The United States and Yugoslavia lost in the semifinals. FIFA recognizes the United States as the third-placed team and Yugoslavia as the fourth-placed team using the overall records of the teams in the 1930 FIFA World Cup.
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 "CONCACAF finances laid bare". thisislondon.co.uk. 23 May 2012. http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/pasportsfeeds/concacaf-finances-laid-bare-7782338.html. Retrieved 24 May 2012.
  15. 15.0 15.1 Panja, Tariq (23 May 2012). "Concacaf Soccer Body Tells Members About Financial Mismanagement". Bloomberg. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-05-23/concacaf-soccer-body-tells-members-about-financial-mismanagement.html. Retrieved 24 May 2012.
  16. 16.0 16.1 "Fifa Exco member Chuck Blazer accused of financial irregularities". Guardian. 22 May 2012. http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2012/may/23/chuck-blazer-concacaf-accusations-fifa?newsfeed=true. Retrieved 24 May 2012.
  17. "Warner Rejects Idea Of Caribbean Team". Jamaica Gleaner. 4 August 1993. http://www.ttfootballhistory.com/node/288.
  18. "CONCACAF hall of fame". CONCACAF.com. http://www.concacaf.com/page/HallOfFame/0,,12813,00.html.

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