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1971 CONCACAF Championship qualification

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Qualifying tournament to the 1971 CONCACAF Championship.[1]

Caribbean zone

First round

1 October 1971 Suriname  4–1  Guyana Paramaribo, Suriname
4 October 1971 Guyana  2–3
(3–7 agg.)
 Suriname Georgetown, Guyana
1 October 1971 Jamaica  0–1  Cuba Kingston, Jamaica
4 October 1971 Cuba  0–0
(1–0 agg.)
 Jamaica Havana, Cuba

Netherlands Antilles withdrew; Haiti advanced.

Second round

Cuba and Suriname refused to meet Haiti in the final triangular; CONCACAF decided to award the places in the final tournament to Haiti and Cuba.

Central American zone

First round

15 September 1971 Nicaragua  0–1
(2–4 agg.)
 El Salvador San Salvador, El Salvador
4 October 1971 Honduras  1–0  Guatemala Tegucigalpa, Honduras
7 October 1971 Guatemala  1–1
(1–2 agg.)
 Honduras Guatemala City, Guatemala

Second round

El Salvador withdrew due to Football War; Honduras advanced.

North American zone

Bermuda 0–2 Mexico
Mexico 4–0 Bermuda
Enrique Borja Goal 7'
Velarde Goal 40' Goal 60'
Horacio López Goal 75'
Referee: Mario Canesa (Guatemala)

References

  1. ^ "V. CONCACAF NATIONS CUP 1971". RSSSF.com. RSSSF. Retrieved 3 January 2007.
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