MIAMI — CONCACAF Wednesday announced the schedule, elections and agenda for its XXXII Ordinary Congress, to be held in Aruba Saturday, April 8.

The Congress will be held at the Renaissance Hotel in Oranjestad, Aruba and will start at 9 am (local time).

Elections will be conducted for the following positions:

CONCACAF Council:

Vice president – North America (NAFU) – Decio De Maria, Mexico (unopposed)

Vice president – Central America (UNCAF) – Rodolfo Villalobos, Costa Rica (incumbent, unopposed)

Member – North America (NAFU) – Carlos Cordeiro, United States (unopposed)

Member – Central America (UNCAF) – Jorge Rajo, El Salvador (incumbent, unopposed)

Member – Caribbean (CFU) – Candidates contesting position:

Maurice Victoire, Martinique

John Krishnadath, Suriname

FIFA Council:

Member – North America (NAFU) – Sunil Gulati, United States (incumbent, unopposed)

CONCACAF held its XXXI Ordinary Congress in Mexico City where President Victor Montagliani was elected May 12, 2016.

You can find the full agenda for the Congress at:

http://www.concacaf.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/XXXII-CONCACAF-Ordinary-Congress-Agenda-English-3.6.17.pdf

 

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