USVI Senior Men’s National Team to Compete in CONCACAF League Tournament

U.S Virgin Islands Soccer Association (USVISA)

The USVI Soccer Association will hold the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) Nations League Tournament at 3 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 5, at the Estate Bethlehem Soccer Complex on St. Croix. The Senior Men’s National Team will compete against the Cayman Islands for its first game of the tournament.

The Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) Nations League consists of 41 countries (teams) including Mexico, Cuba, St. Kitts & Nevis, and Canada. The USVI Senior Men’s national Team is currently in Group C. The teams are playing to advance to the next group or bracket in the nations league. This group stage of the competition is scheduled to be played for its chance of advancement. The Concacaf Nations League Championships are scheduled for March 2020.

The USVI Senior Men’s delegation consists of the following players: Tony Andrews, Lionel Brown, Jett Blashcka, Nicholas Dante, Aaron Denis, John Engerman, Grant Farrell, Shomari Francis, Dusty Good, Kassall Greene, Timothy Herring, Tyler Humphrey, RaeJae Joseph, Nakeeme Julian, Karson Kendall, Konner Kendall, Morgan Langley, JC Mack, Kelton McGregor, Ramesses McGuiness, Erik Mozzo, James Mack, Connor Querrad, MacDonald Taylor, Marcello Serrano (head coach), Gilberto Damiano (assistant coach), Joseph Limeburner (assistant coach), Jorge Zavala (goal keeper coach), Pete Calabrese (fitness coach), Dr. Sheldon Marcelle (doctor), Dr. Jason Williams (doctor), Allasandro Nero (team manager), Davie Bannis (equipment manager) and Carlos Labrada (equipment manager).

For more information, contact USVI Soccer Association office at 719-9707 or email [email protected] Follow on Facebook at USVI Soccer Association.

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