MIAMI, January 11, 2018 - The Confederation of
North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) informs
media that the accreditation process for the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Under-20
Championship Trinidad & Tobago is open to all media. Media members wishing
to cover matches should be aware of the upcoming deadlines and accreditation
The CONCACAF World Cup qualifying competition kicks off on January 18, 2018, in Couva. The Ato Boldon Stadium will host all sixteen matches, to be played between January 18-28, 2018.
Media members who are not currently registered in the CONCACAF Media Center, will need to submit that application before applying for the Under-20 Women’s Championship.
Please note that an approval for the CONCACAF Media Center not grant access to a stadium for a match. Media Members must apply for each specific tournament they wish to cover. A specific tournament approval media ticket will be required.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, with a final deadline of Wednesday, January 17, 2018, for all media. Media members should allow a minimum of three (3) full days for processing of their CONCACAF Media Center applications, meaning applications for the CONCACAF Media Center must be submitted at the latest, Sunday, January 14, 2017.
All applications will be evaluated individually. A confirmation will be generated to confirm the submission of the application, and a second confirmation will be issued upon approval.
Media members who have completed an application for other CONCACAF competitions and evets, through the Media Center, will be able to use the same login email and password to apply for the Women’s Under-20 Championship.
Applicants are advised to add MediaCenter@concacaf.org to their address book and check junk mail and/or spam folders to assure a response.
As always, NO WALK-UP CREDENTIALS WILL BE ISSUED TO MEDIA AT ANY VENUE. Please do not come to the stadium planning to perform a media function without prior confirmation of approval of accreditation application.