Estadio BBVA

The Estadio BBVA, nicknamed ‘El Gigante de Acero’(Spanish for ‘The Steel Giant), will host the final of the final of the Concacaf W Championship, the third place play-off, and six group games.

The stadium is the home fo LigaMX side C.F. Monterrey and earlier this month was confirmed as one of the host venues for the 2026 World Cup.

Capacity for the World Cup will be 53,600,

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How they qualified

The Canadian’s women team automatically qualified for the Concacaf WChampionship after finishing as runners-up in 2018. They are Olympic champions from Tokyo and as one of the two highest ranked Concacaf teams – alongside the US – they were top seeded into group B, drawn with Costa Rica, Panama and Trinidad and Tobago.


Tournament record

Canada are the only team to dethrone USA and their dominance of  Concacaf championship history,

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How they qualified

The Reggae Girlz rose to prominence in 2019 when they qualified, unexpectedly, for the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France. Their pre-tournament campaign was put together late with a federation that refused to fund training camps, eventually prompting Reggae royalty Cedilla Marley to step in alongside a crowd funded campaign.

Three years later and the Jamaican women have qualified for their second major tournament with an unbeaten record,

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How they Qualified

Haiti stormed through their qualifying games scoring 44 times in four games and not conceding a single goal. Cuba and Honduras managed to keep the goals against down to six while St Vincent and the Grenadines and British Virgin Island shipped 11 and 21 goals respectively.


Star Player

Issy Les Moulineaux forward Roselord Borgella hit the back of the net 11 times while her teammate in France Batcheba Louis scored eight.

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How they qualified

Panama topped their group winning all four games El Salvador, Belize, Barbados and Aruba without conceding a goal but scoring 24 of their own.


Star player

Panama goalkeeper Yenith Bailey came to the world’s attention at the 2018 tournament, aged 17. In goal for all six of Panama’s matches, she led her side to a fourth-place finishstarting in the group stage with a clean sheet in an opening 3-0 victory over Trinidad and Tobago.

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Estadio Universitario

Opened in 1967, the 42,000 capacity Estadio Universitario – nicknamed El Volcán  – is one of Mexico’s most storied stadiums.

The home of LigaMX side Tigres UNAL, it was given to Sinergia Deportiva, the for-profit company that administers Tigres, as part of the club’s assets.

The stadium hosted four matches at the 1986 World Cup and also hosted Coap Libertadores de America matches in 2005 and 2006 when Tigres played outside of its own confederation Concacaf in the Conmebol championship.

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