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March 7 a historic day for football in the Region- BVIFA

March 6th, 2018 | Tags: Football BVIAA CONCACAF historic National League
Play in the BVI Football Association National League was postponed on March 4, 2018 due to adverse sea conditions affecting the ferry service. Photo: Team of Reporters
Wednesday March 7, 2018 is a historic day for football in the Region as, according to the BVI Football Association (BVIAA), it will represent a defining moment for CONCACAF and the 41 Member Associations, marking the completion of ‘our transition into a new era for the Confederation.’ Photo: BVIAA/File
Wednesday March 7, 2018 is a historic day for football in the Region as, according to the BVI Football Association (BVIAA), it will represent a defining moment for CONCACAF and the 41 Member Associations, marking the completion of ‘our transition into a new era for the Confederation.’ Photo: BVIAA/File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Wednesday March 7, 2018 is a historic day for football in the Region as, according to the BVI Football Association (BVIAA), it will represent a defining moment for CONCACAF and the 41 Member Associations, marking the completion of “our transition into a new era for the Confederation.”

According to a statement by the BVIFA today, March 6, 2018, those that cannot attend the official launch of the CONCACAF Nations League in Miami, Florida, can watch the event live on the CONCACAF Facebook or YouTube channels at 10:00AM EST.

“We are very excited to announce the Concacaf Nations League, a new national team competition platform designed to maximise the quality, quantity and frequency of competitive matches for all Member Associations.”

The game is at the core of the One Concacaf Vision. The Gold Cup expansion, the Concacaf Nations League launch and upcoming announcements are key steps to develop the sport, increase competitiveness and make football in the region more accessible to the Confederation’s teams, players and fans.

No games last weekend

Meanwhile, the National League games scheduled for March 4, 2018 were not played due to adverse sea conditions affecting the ferry service.

Play resumes on March 11, 2018.

Rebels FC meet Panthers FC at A.O. Shirley Recreation Grounds, Tortola, from 4:30 P.M.

Over in Virgin Gorda, Old Madrid FC will meet Wolues FC from 3.00 P.M. and One Love FC will take on new boys FC Sea Argo from 5:00 PM.

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