This country’s Under-17 Soca Princesses currently campaigning in the Women’s League Football Premier Division will kick off their Caribbean Football Union qualifiers to the Concacaf Championship against host US Virgin Islands, St Kitts/Nevis and Antigua/Barbuda from August 12 - 19 in Group B next month.

The two other groups to be contested are Group A involving host Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Bermuda and Aruba from August 5 to 12 while Group C comprises host Dominican Republic, Haiti, Guyana, and Grenada from August 19 to 26.

From the three groups, the top two teams will advance automatically to the next phase of qualification along with the best third placed team for the September 18 to 25, CFU Final Round qualifiers from which three teams will qualify to the Concacaf Championships.

Already, El Salvador and Guatemala have qualified for the Concacaf Championships from Central America where USA, Canada and Mexico awaits.

El Salvador defeated Nicaragua 3-1 and was beaten in the second leg 2-1 to advance 4-3 on aggregate to the Concacaf Under-17 Women’s Championship while Guatemala hammered Belize 8-0 and 7-0 for a 15-0 aggregate win.