A packed summer awaits national senior men’s head coach Theodore Whitmore and the Reggae Boyz in 2021.
As Jamaica prepares for the final round of World Cup qualifying, they also, on Monday, learnt their opponents for next year’s Gold Cup tournament, during the draw ceremony which was held in Miami, Florida.
The Reggae Boyz are slated to open their World Cup final-round qualifying campaign in June with four games in that month, three of which will be on the road to regional heavyweights Mexico, the United States and Costa Rica.
Subsequently, the Gold Cup commences on July 10 and will come to an end on August 1, with the Boyz aiming for another deep run in the tournament.
The final-round World Cup qualifiers had to be rescheduled because of the coronavirus pandemic, while the Gold Cup dates were adjusted to accommodate the rescheduled preliminary-round qualifiers, which will be played from July 2 to 6, 2021.