CONCACAF has suspended its men’s Under-20 Championships booked to finish up with gathering and knockout adjusts in Honduras June 20-July 5, the area’s overseeing body has said.
Qualifying matches for the occasion had just occurred in February, however the overseeing body for North and Central America and the Caribbean said in an explanation that proceeding with worries over the coronavirus pandemic had incited authorities to delay.
“The wellbeing and government assistance of everybody engaged with our game is our primary goal and we proceed to screen and follow the direction gave by governments and general wellbeing specialists over our district,” the announcement said.
“Given the continuous vulnerability about when football can continue, we have settled on the choice to suspend the 2020 CONCACAF Men’s Under-20 Championships, planned to happen in Honduras between June twentieth and July fifth.
“We will keep on talking about with our Member Associations, FIFA and different partners proposition to redesign our rivalries so we are decidedly ready when our game can securely continue later on.”
The biennial title decides CONCACAF’s qualifiers for the FIFA Under-20 World Cup.