From a controversial loss at home against the Dominican Republic, to losing 6-0 against Bermuda.
The Cayman Islands seemed to be closing in on their first win in this year’s World Cup qualifiers until Bermuda level the score with 25 minutes left on the clock.
A disappointing outcome for the Cayman Islands in what many considered their only chance to win a match in this year’s World Cup Qualifier.Cayman lost 3-1 to Aruba.
A record-setting night for the Canadian men’s national team who destroyed the Cayman Islands 11-0 on Monday (29 March) in their second Concacaf qualifying match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. The match was record breaking for both sides, as Cayman conceded the most goals ever recorded while the results stands as Canada’s biggestContinue reading “Cayman on the wrong side of history following encounter with Canada”
Now that Cayman’s first batch of Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines are now on island, Cayman Islands Football Association President Alfredo Whittaker is aiming to get the national men’s football team on the list to receive the shot. “As the president obviously, I would like for all of our players and coaches to get vaccinated,” said Whittaker.Continue reading “Cayman’s National Footballers under the radar to receive Covid-19 vaccinations”
Due to concerns over COVID-19, the Cayman Islands qualifying matches for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 has been postponed. Concacaf issued a press release Tuesday (8 September) evening stating the following; Concacaf has held recent discussions with its member associations, FIFA and other stakeholders as the confederation continues to plan for the resumption ofContinue reading “Cayman World Cup qualifying games postponed to 2021”
The Cayman Islands national men’s football team is merely a month away from it’s scheduled World Cup qualifying opener against Suriname. However, in a recent interview with Cayman Compass, Cayman Islands Football Association president Alfredo Whittaker indicated the games will be postponed. “It’s…very unlikely that those games will be played in those initial dates,” saidContinue reading “Cayman continues it’s World Cup preparation despite covid uncertainties”
The Cayman Islands hopes of participating in the 2022 FIFA World Cup starts this October in the opening round of the Concacaf qualifiers. Concacaf held its preliminary draw today (19 August) and announced that Cayman will play in Group B against favourites Canada, along with Bermuda, Aruba and Suriname in the opening round. Each teamContinue reading “Cayman plays Suriname first in the World Cup Qualifiers”