CONCACAF Women's Championship 2022: USWNT & Mexico fixture schedule, TV channels & rosters

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The 11th edition of the CONCACAF W Championship took place this summer, serving as qualifiers for both the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup and the 2024 Summer Olympic Games.

The tournament was last held back in 2018, when the United States lifted its eighth title by beating Canada 2-0 in the final.

In the end, the U.S. secured their place atop CONCACAF once again by taking down Canada, sealing a 1-0 win in the tournament finale

Who is the 2022 CONCACAF W Championship host?

The 2022 edition of the CONCACAF W Championship was held in Mexico, with all matches played in the Monterrey region of the country.

Two venues were chosen to host the 16 games that will be played. One is the Estadio BBVA in Guadalupe, which has been home to Monterrey since it opened in 2015 and has a capacity of 53,500. The other is Estadio Universitario, the home venue of Tigres which can welcome up to 41,615 fans.

Which teams qualified for the 2022 CONCACAF W Championship?

Despite hosting the tournament, Mexico still had to go through the qualifying process and were one of the six teams to secure its place by winning its respective qualifying group.

The United States and Canada both were granted automatic qualification to the tournament, while the other participating nations finished the qualifying process on April 12.

The qualified nations are below.

  • Canada (automatic)
  • United States (automatic)
  • Mexico (Group A winner)
  • Costa Rica (Group B winner)
  • Jamaica (Group C winner)
  • Panama (Group D winner)
  • Haiti (Group E winner)
  • Trinidad and Tobago (Group F winner)

CONCACAF W Championship groups & fixtures

The group stage draw for the tournament was completed on April 19, following the confirmation of the eight qualified nations.

The teams that finished in the top two in the group stages qualified for the Women's World Cup and advanced to the knockout stage of the CONCACAF W Championship.

The two teams that finish third in the group stages will progress to the inter-continental play-off stage of World Cup qualifying.

Only the winner of this tournament, the U.S., automatically secured its place at the 2024 Olympics Games. There will be one other CONCACAF representative in France that summer, and that will be determined by a play-off between Jamaica and Canada.

Group A table

Pos

Team

MP

W

D

L

GD

Pts

1

United States

3

3

0

0

+9

9

2

Jamaica

3

2

0

1

0

6

3

Haiti

3

1

0

2

-4

3

4

Mexico

3

0

0

3

-5

0

Group A fixtures & results

Date

Time (PT/ET)

Game

TV Channel

July 4

4pm/7pm

United States 3-0 Haiti

CBS Sports Network, Paramount+, ViX

July 4

7pm/10pm

Mexico 0-1 Jamaica

Paramount+

July 7

4pm/7pm

Jamaica 0-5 United States

Paramount+, ViX

July 7

7pm/10pm

Haiti 3-0 Mexico

Paramount+

July 11

7pm/10pm

Jamaica 4-0 Haiti

Paramount+

July 11

7pm/10pm

United States 1-0 Mexico

Paramount+, ViX

Group B table

Pos

Team

MP

W

D

L

GD

Pts

1

Canada

3

3

0

0

9

9

2

Costa Rica

3

2

0

1

5

6

3

Panama

3

1

0

2

-3

3

4

Trinidad and Tobago

3

0

0

3

-11

0

Group B fixtures & results

Date

Time (PT/ET)

Game

TV Channel

July 5

4pm/7pm

Costa Rica 3-0 Panama

Paramount+

July 5

7pm/10pm

Canada 6-0 Trinidad and Tobago

Paramount+

July 8

4pm/7pm

Trinidad and Tobago 0-4 Costa Rica

Paramount+

July 8

7pm/10pm

Panama 0-1 Canada

Paramount+

July 11

4pm/7pm

Canada 2-0 Costa Rica

Paramount+

July 11

4pm/7pm

Panama 1-0 Trinidad and Tobago

Paramount+

Knockout round fixtures and results Group A fixtures & results

Date

Time (PT/ET)

Game

July 14

4pm/7pm

United States 3-0 Costa Rica

July 14

7pm/10pm

Canada 3-0 Jamaica

July 18

4pm/7pm

Costa Rica 0-1 Jamaica

July 18

7pm/10pm

United States 1-0 Canada

CONCACAF W Championship 2022 rosters

Preliminary rosters for the CONCACAF W Championship were revealed on June 8, with final 23-player squads to be confirmed before the tournament begins on July 4.

Haiti roster

Goalkeepers: Madelina Fleuriot (Exafoot), Nahomie Ambroise (Anacaona), Lara Larco (Georgetown Hoyas).

Defenders: Chelsea Surpris (Yzeure), Jennyfer Limage (Grenoble), Maudeline Mory (Exafoot), Claire Constant (Virginia Cavaliers), Estericove Joseph (Exafoot), Ruthny Mathurin (Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns).

Midfielders: Tabita Joseph (Brest), Melchie Dumornay (Reims), Betina Petit Frere (Brest), Milan Pierre-Jerome (Maryland Terrapins), Kethna Louis (Reims).

Forwards: Batcheba Louis (Issy), Meghane St-Cyr (College Ahuntsic), Sherly Jeudy (Grenoble), Nerilia Mondesir (Montpellier), Roseline Eloissaint (Nantes), Florsie Joseph (Don Bosco FC), Mikerline Saint-Felix (Montauban), Dayana Pierre (Asf Croix des Bouquets), Roselord Borgella (Issy).

Jamaica roster

Goalkeepers: Rebecca Spencer (Tottenham), Sydney Schneider (Kansas City Current), Yazmeen Jamieson (Simcoe FC).

Defenders: Chantelle Swaby (Rangers), Allyson Swaby (Tottenham), Jayada Pelaia (Arizona State University), Satara Murray (Racing Louisville).

Midfielders: Alyssa Vanzanten (University of Notre Dame), Drew Spence (Tottenham), Havana Solaun (North Carolina Courage), Atlanta Primus (London City Lionesses), Trudy Carter (Gintra), Deneisha Blackwood (unattached), Paige Bailey-Gayle (unattached), Jade Bailey (Liverpool), Chinyelu Asher (AIK).

Forwards: Tiernny Wiltshire (unattached), Khadija Shaw (Manchester City), Vyan Sampson (Charlton Athletic), Kayla McCoy (Rangers), Mireya Grey (unattached), Jody Brown (Florida State University), Olufolasade Adamolekun (University of Southern California).

Mexico roster

Goalkeepers: Emily Alvarado (Reims), Itzel Gonzalez (America), Alejandria Godinez (Monterrey).

Defenders: Kenti Robles (Real Madrid), Bianca Sierra (Tigres), Rebeca Bernal (Monterrey), Jimena Lopez (OL Reign), Greta Espinoza (Tigres), Cristina Ferral (Tigres).

Midfielders: Stephany Mayor (Tigres), Nancy Antonio (Tigres), Alexia Delgado (Arizona State Sun Devils), Diana Garcia (Monterrey), Carolina Jaramillo (Guadalajara), Maricarmen Reyes (UCLA Bruins), Casandra Montero (Guadalajara).

Forwards: Katty Martinez (America), Alicia Cervantes (Guadalajara), Myra Delgadillo (unattached), Joseline Montoya (Guadalajara), Jacqueline Ovalle (Tigres), Diana Ordonez (North Carolina Courage), Maria Sanchez (Houston Dash).

USWNT roster

Goalkeepers: Aubrey Kingsbury (Washington Spirit), Casey Murphy (North Carolina Courage), Alyssa Naeher (Chicago Red Stars).

Defenders: Alana Cook (OL Reign), Emily Fox (Racing Louisville), Naomi Girma (San Diego Wave), Sofia Huerta (OL Reign), Kelley O’Hara (Washington Spirit), Becky Sauerbrunn (Portland Thorns FC), Emily Sonnett (Washington Spirit).

Midfielders: Lindsey Horan (Lyon), Taylor Kornieck (San Diego Wave FC), Rose Lavelle (OL Reign), Kristie Mewis (Gotham), Ashley Sanchez (Washington Spirit), Andi Sullivan (Washington Spirit).

Forwards: Ashley Hatch (Washington Spirit), Alex Morgan (San Diego Wave), Mallory Pugh (Chicago Red Stars), Midge Purce (Gotham), Megan Rapinoe (OL Reign), Trinity Rodman (Washington Spirit), Sophia Smith (Portland Thorns).

Canada roster

Goalkeepers: Sabrina D'Angelo (Vittsjo), Lysianna Proulx (unattached), Kailen Sheridan (San Diego Wave).

Defenders: Kadeisha Buchanan (Chelsea), Vanessa Gilles (Angel City), Shelina Zadorsky (Tottenham), Allysha Chapman (Houston Dash), Ashley Lawrence (PSG), Jayde Riviere (AFC Ann Arbour), Bianca St-Georges (Chicago Red Stars).

Midfielders: Zoe Burns (University of Southern California), Jessie Fleming (Chelsea), Julia Grosso (Juventus), Quinn (OL Reign), Sophie Schmidt (Houston Dash), Desiree Scott (Kansas City Current).

Forwards: Janine Beckie (Portland Thorns), Jordyn Huitema (OL Reign), Cloe Lacasse (Benfica), Adriana Leon (West Ham), Nichelle Prince (Houston Dash), Deanne Rose (Reading), Christine Sinclair (Portland Thorns).

Costa Rica roster

Goalkeepers: Noelia Bermudez (Alajuelense), Priscila Tapia (Herediano), Daniela Solera (Santa Teresa).

Defenders: Gabriela Guillen (Alajuelense), Maria Paula Coto (Alajuelense), Mariana Benavides (Herediano), Valeria Del Campo (Monterrey), Carol Sanchez (Sporting FC), Daniela Cruz (Saprissa FF), Lixy Rodriguez (Alajuelense), Fabiola Villalobos (Alajuelense).

Midfielders: Melissa Herrera (Bordeaux), Shirley Cruz (Alajuelense), Raquel Rodriguez (Portland Thorns), Emilie Valenciano (Sporting FC), Priscila Chinchilla (Glasgow City), Cristin Granados (Sporting FC), Katherine Alvarado (Saprissa FF), Viviana Chinchilla (Alajuelense), Cristel Sandi (Saprissa FF).

Forwards: Carolina Venegas (Saprissa FF), Michelle Montero (Perez Zeledon), Maria Paula Salas (Libre).

Panama roster

Goalkeepers: Sasha Fabrega (Tauro), Yenith Bailey (Dimas Escazu), Nadia Ducreux (Sporting San Miguelito).

Defenders: Hilary Jaen (Tauro), Carina Reyes (Spartak Subotica), Katherine Castillo (Tauro), Yomira Pinzon (Saprissa), Wendy Natis (America de Cali), Yerenis De Leon (Sporting FC), Rebeca Espinosa (Plaza Amador), Rosario Vargas (Valencia B).

Midfielders: Deysire Salazar (Tauro), Kenia Rangel (Alajuelense), Laurie Batista (Tauro), Marta Cox (Pachuca), Maria Guevara (Atletico Nacional), Erika Hernandez (Plaza Amador), Schiandra Gonzalez (Plaza Amador), Whitney De Obaldia (Sporting FC).

Forwards: Karla Riley (Tauro), Shayari Camarena (Tauro), Gabriela Villagrand (Angelo State Rams), Lineth Cedeno (Hellas Verona).

Trinidad and Tobago roster

Goalkeepers: Kimika Forbes (unattached), Tenesha Palmer (Police FC), Klil Keshwar (St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers).

Defenders: Chelsi Jadoo (Valadares Gaia), Cecily Stoute (Georgia Bulldogs), Rhea Belgrave (Police FC), Shaunalee Govia (unattached), Liana Hinds (Hibernian), Victoria Swift (unattached), Amaya Ellis (Johns Hopkins Blue Jays), Lauryn Hutchinson (unattached).

Midfielders: Kedie Johnson (Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks), Asha James (West Texas A&M Buffaloes), Chelcy Ralph (Ball State Cardinals), Karyn Forbes (Police FC), Maria-Frances Serrant (West Texas A&M Buffaloes), Sarah De Vannes (Western Illinois Leathernecks).

Forwards: Brianna Austin (Florida Atlantic Owls), Raenah Campbell (unattached), Tori Paul (George Mason Patriots), Cayla McFarlane (Harvard Crimson), Jolie St. Louis (Seattle Redhawks), Maya Matouk (Police FC).

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