July 30, 2011
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CONCACAF has announced the schedule for Round 2 of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Qualifiers™. The matches for all 24 teams will be played on 2 and 6 September, 7 and 11 October, and 11 and 15 November. Six teams from CONCACAF Round 2 – one from each group – will advance to CONCACAF Round 3 to meet six other CONCACAF nations.

Canada’s home matches are scheduled for Friday 2 September, Tuesday 11 October and Tuesday 15 November. Canada’s away matches are scheduled for Tuesday 6 September, Friday 7 October, and Friday 11 November. Canada’s group opponents are St. Kitts and Nevis, Puerto Rico and St. Lucia.

Canada will announce more details regarding its home matches on Tuesday 2 August, one month before it begins the qualification phase for Brazil 2014™ on 2 September. Information on ticket sales will be announced later in the same week.

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2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ Qualifiers CONCACAF / Round 2
Friday 2 September : Canada v St. Kitts and Nevis
Tuesday 6 September : Puerto Rico v Canada
Friday 7 October : St. Lucia v Canada
Tuesday 11 October : Canada v Puerto Rico
Friday 11 November : St. Kitts and Nevis v Canada
Tuesday 15 November : Canada v St. Lucia

To view the complete CONCACAF Round 2 schedule, please visit CONCACAF.com

Thirty-five nations from CONCACAF will participate in the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ Qualifiers. After five teams were eliminated in CONCACAF Round 1, there are 24 teams participating in CONCACAF Round 2 this fall. Six Round 2 group winners will then meet up with six more nations for CONCACAF Round 3, with the 12 teams separated into three groups. The top two teams from each Round 3 group will then advance to CONCACAF Round 4, a final group of six teams from which three teams will automatically qualify from Brazil 2014™ and a fourth team will advance to an intercontinental playoff against the champion from Oceania.

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