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Preview: U17 women’s CONCACAF Championship

Article Written by J.R. Eskilson
Published: October 28, 2013

The U.S. U17 Women’s National Team begins the World Cup qualifying process on Thursday when the CONCACAF Championship kicks off in Jamaica. The U.S. opens the competition against Trinidad & Tobago in group play.

With Costa Rica serving as hosts for the 2014 U17 Women’s World Cup, there are only two spots available for other countries from CONCACAF – or rather one spot for the team that finishes as runner-up to the U.S.

Below is a preview of the U.S.’s group at the CONCACAF Championship, players to watch, and what to expect from B.J. Snow in his first test as the U17 WNT head coach.

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