Red Stripe Premier League champions, Portmore United, will host the FLOW CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship four-team tournament at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex from May 11-13.
The tournament will pit Portmore against Arnett Gardens (Jamaica), Central FC (Trinidad and Tobago) and Club Atlético Pantoja (Dominican Republic).
The winners qualify for the 2019 CONCACAF Champions League, while the runners-up and third-placed team qualify for the 2018 CONCACAF League.
The fourth-placed team enters the play-off against the winners of Tier 2 for a place in the 2018 CONCACAF League.
Portmore United’s coach Shavar Thomas said his players are looking forward to the Championships and is confident that they will do well.
Thomas said, “it is very important, because it is another platform where we can showcase our talent and it is also another chance to win a trophy. The players are looking forward to another opportunity for them to showcase their talent on the international stage.”
The FLOW CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship was last staged in Jamaica in 2015 when Montego Bay United hosted the event at the Montego Bay Sports Complex.