The JFF is pleased to announce that the Guyana National Football Team is now being hosted in the island for a 10 days camp at the UWI/JFF Captain Horace Burrell Centre of Excellence.
The team, who are in final preparations for the Concacaf Gold Cup, arrived in Jamaica on May 26 and will break camp on June 5.
“We are happy to work with our regional counterparts,” said JFF President Michael Ricketts. “We all have the same goal of improving the standard of our game and progressing on the international stage. We welcome not only international sporting teams like Guyana, but any other group locally or internationally at our facility. We provide whatever is necessary to ensure that each team or group can concentrate on their main objective. We sincerely hope that Guyana will do well in the Gold Cup and they will be the first of many to be hosted at our centre,” concluded Ricketts.
Guyana will play Grenada in the first round of the Concacaf Gold Cup Preliminary Round when it gets underway in June, with the winner advancing to the main competition.