- Konsak qualification for men’s Olympic football tournament from March 2001
- Two tickets to be provided for Tokyo 2020
- FIFA.com gives you a preview of the eight-nation tournament
The 15th edition of the CONCAF qualifying tournament for the men’s Olympic football tournament should be really exciting. Eight countries are fighting for the final two starting places in the men’s Olympic football tournament Tokyo 2020.
The qualification will take place at a central location in Guadalajara (Mexico) from March 18 to 30, 2021 at the Jalisco and Akron stadiums. The first and second in the group reached the semi-finals on 28 March. The winners of the semi-finals automatically qualify for the Olympics. In the semi-finals, the group winner from Group A meets the runner-up from Group B and vice versa. The final of the qualifying competition is to be held on 30 March.
|Group A||Group b|
In the last two editions of the men’s Olympic football tournament in London in 2012 and in Rio in 2016, Mexico and Honduras represented Conásac. In London, Mexico is known for advancing to the finals and securing the gold medal. Tri Jaime Lozano, along with head coach, is also a huge favorite for the host role in the qualifying tournament in Guadalajara. After all, with seven titles to win, the Mexican is the most successful team in tournament history.
Honduras wants to build on its recent successes at this level. The team reached the quarter-finals in London in 2012 and the semi-finals in 2016 in Rio.
“Our group has our adversaries. Haiti, El Salvador and Canada are associations that have all done well in very different ways. Haiti has many young players who are active overseas. They play in the first or French second division. And they will. The U-23 team consists. They play in good teams at a high level and then we try to get them together in the national team. This is our first opponent. Haiti is a strong team. Honduras has Just like they have fast players, so it will be a similar game.*
Miguel Falero (Under-23-Trainer, Honduras)*
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The Dominican Republic is represented for the first time in the final of the Olympic qualification. Jacques Passy’s team faces a tough challenge from group opponents such as the United States, Mexico and Costa Rica. According to the trainer, the team looks forward to it. “Qualifying for the Olympics will be the biggest success in the football history of the Dominican Republic. We are ranked 160th in the FIFA rankings, so imagine that we are one of the two teams in the Konsak Zone that will participate. Olympic games. The region. There can be a big difference in football. “
In concafe: All sports cover for fans in the region through the Confederation’s TV partner network, including Fan Sports (USA), TUDN (Mexico and USA), One Soccer (Canada), Flow Sports (Caribbean), Teletica and Reprittel (Costa Rica) Have been made. , TCS (El Salvador), Televintro (Honduras), Medcom (Panama), RTVG (Guatemala) and other local partners.
You can also follow the games in the Konsak Official App (subject to regional restrictions). The free mobile app is available from the Apple Store and Google Play Store.