Concacaf's road to Tokyo 2020 mapped out in Guadalajara

United States midfielder Reggie Cannon (14) battles with Mexico forward Uriel Antuna (22) during the CONCACAF Gold Cup final

The Official Draw for the 2020 Concacaf Men’s Olympic Qualifying Championship took place in Guadalajara, Mexico where the eight participating teams learned their groups for the Tokyo 2020 qualifiers.

Concacaf Secretary General Philippe Moggio and Governor of Jalisco Enrique Alfaro Ramirez gave opening remarks before the draw ceremony took place. Oribe Peralta, who won the gold medal at the Men’s Olympic Tournament London 2012 with Mexico, was a draw assistant along with the coach who was the architect of El Tri‘s success, Luis Fernando Tena.

The pots were as follows:

Pot 1: Mexico, Honduras

Pot 2: Canada, USA

Pot 3: Costa Rica, El Salvador

Pot 4: Dominican Republic, Haiti

The draw was then conducted with the following result:

The region’s qualifying tournament will take place from 20 March to 1 April in Guadalajara, where the eight nations will be competing for two tickets to the Men’s Olympic Football Tournament Tokyo 2020.

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