Due to the global concerns about the spread of Covid-19, Concacaf has suspended all upcoming competitions scheduled to take place over the next 30 days.
A spokesperson said, “Given the constantly evolving public health situation, and global concerns about the spread of Covid-19, the Concacaf Council convened yesterday via a conference call.
“During the meeting the decision was made to suspend all upcoming Concacaf competitions scheduled to take place over the next 30 days.
“The Concacaf Council took these decisions with the welfare of everyone involved in mind, and in light of developing travel restrictions and public health guidance.
“The following competitions have been suspended with immediate effect:
- 2020 Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League
- 2020 Concacaf Men’s Olympic Qualifiers
- First Round of the Concacaf 2021 Gold Cup Qualifiers [due to be played in the March 2020 FIFA Window]
- 2020 Concacaf Caribbean Club Shield
“Concacaf is committed to working with key stakeholders to consider options on how and when to reconvene these competitions and any new decision will be communicated in due course.”