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The Concacaf has announced an updated match schedule for the 2022 Concacaf Under-20 Championship (Premundial Sub 20) that is taking place in Honduras.

The city of San Pedro Sula has been affected by very intense rains during the last week. Taking this into account, as well as the current conditions of the playing surface at the Morazán Stadium, Concacaf and the Local Organizing Committee have made the decision to relocate several matches to the Yankel Rosenthal Stadium and the Metropolitan Olympic Stadium.

The group stage of the Concacaf Under-20 World Cup began on June 18 and will run until June 23. At the end of this first round, the top three teams from each of the groups will advance to the round of 16, joining the four winners of the Qualifiers.

Changes in the schedule for the Concacaf/@Concacaf Under-20 World Cup

The 16-team knockout stage will begin with the Round of 16 (June 25-26), followed by the Quarter-Finals (June 28-29), the Semi-Finals (July 1) and the Final (July 3). ).

All knockout stage matches will be played in a single-leg elimination format, with the semi-finalist (four teams) qualifying for the U20 Men’s World Cup of the FIFA to be played in Indonesia 2023 and the finalists (two teams) for the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics.

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Fans can follow and enjoy the competition through the Confederation’s associated television networks, including TUDN | ViX (USA-Spanish), Televisa (Mexico), One Soccer (CAN), ESPN (Caribbean and Central America) and multiple partners around the world. For other territories, the event will be available on the official Concacaf app (all subject to territorial restrictions).

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