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1969 CONCACAF Championship qualification

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A total of 12 CONCACAF teams entered the competition.  Costa Rica, as the hosts, and  Guatemala, as the defending champions, qualified automatically, leaving 4 spots open for competition. The 10 teams were divided into 5 groups of 2 in which one of them will advance to the final tournament.

Preliminary round

Series One

20 April 1969, Port-au-Prince, Haiti Haiti 2 - 0 United States 

11 May 1969, San Diego, United States –  United States 0 - 1 Haiti 

Haiti qualifies with aggregate score of 3-0.

Series Two

21 October 1969, Mexico City, Mexico –  Mexico 3 - 0 Bermuda 

2 November 1969, Hamilton, Bermuda Bermuda 2 - 1 Mexico 

Mexico qualifies with aggregate score of 4-2.

Series Three

11 April 1969, Kingston, Jamaica Jamaica 1 - 1 Panama 

11 May 1969, Kingston, Jamaica Panama 1 - 2 Jamaica 

Jamaica qualifies with aggregate score of 3-2.

Series Four

 Honduras was disqualified due to Football War with El Salvador, so  Netherlands Antilles advanced to the tournament automatically.

Series Five

 El Salvador was disqualified due to Football War with Honduras, so  Trinidad and Tobago advanced to the tournament automatically.

References

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