Findlay Makes Final Team Selection for Concacaf June 2024 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers

June 5, 2024

The Bermuda Football Association (BFA) is excited to announce the final team selected for the FIFA World Cup Qualifying matches in June 2024. In the second round of the Concacaf Qualifiers, Bermuda will face a tough challenge away in Antigua and Barbuda on Wednesday, June 5, 2024. The team will return home for a thrilling match against Honduras on Sunday, June 9, 2024.

When asked his thoughts on the progress the team has made, Coach Michael Findlay had this to say: “Myself and the rest of the staff are very pleased about our progress and the key steps we have taken as we look to continue to evolve into top 12 ranked national team within the Concacaf region. Our squad continues to develop as we merge experience with the youth so we may position ourselves in a long-term perspective and be able to transition effectively through multiple competitions and cycles. We continue to see advancements, and the twenty-three (23) man squad we have selected for the June matches represents this vision”.

Bermuda Senior Men’s National Team Roster by Position (Club, Location) – Concacaf June 2024 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers

GOALKEEPERS: Andrew Kempe (Temple University –United States of America), Dale Eve (Walsall Wood FC – United Kingdom), Detre Bell (North Village Community Club – Bermuda)

DEFENDERS: Caleb McDowall (Anderson University, United States of American), Danté Leverock (Western Stars Sports Club –Bermuda), Harry Twite (Kings Lynn Town FC – United Kingdom), J'Nai Butterfield-Steede (Droylsden FC, United Kingdom), Luke Robinson (Unattached), Reese Jones (Hartley Wintney FC, United Kingdom)

MIDFIELDERS: Aunde Todd (Walton & Hersham FC – UK), Daion Swan-Desilva (North Village Community Club, Bermuda), Keziah Martin (Boston United FC, United Kingdom), Ne-Jai Tucker(Unattached), Riley Robinson (Newent Town FC, United Kingdom), Roger Lee (Unattached)

FORWARDS: Djair Parfitt (Unattached), Jai Bean (North Village Community Club, Bermuda), Kane Crichlow (BishopStortford FC, United Kingdom), Knory Scott (Lancing FC, United Kingdom), Kole Hall (Chester FC; On Loan: Scarborough United, United Kingdom), Remy Coddington (College of Charleston University, United States of America), Sachiel Ming (Northwood School/Black Rock FC, United States of America), Zeiko Lewis (Union Omaha FC, United States of America)

It is unfortunate that we will be without two (2)key individuals in Lejaun Simmons and Justin Donawa due to injury, but this isalso why our continued expansion of our long list of players is essential to building depth in every position”, said Head Coach Michael Findlay.

Speaking of the vision for these upcoming international matches, Coach Findlay went on to say, “We are looking forward to building on the success of our March participation in the FIFA Series in Saudi Arabia both off and on the field of play where we were able to focus on a number key matters which we feel will benefit us in our upcoming matches vssome very formidable teams in Antigua Barbuda and Honduras who will provide uswith a different set of challenges which we will encounter.”


Overall Team Highlights:

  • Caleb makes hisdebut with the Senior Men’s National Team.
  • We have 5 members of the previous U20 team in the 23-man roster.
  • There is a strong veteran presence with Dale, Dante, Roger, and Zeiko being available for these matches.
  • Our strong recent performers in the squad are Djair, Luke, and Kane.
  • Keziah is back from injury.

Details on where you can watch the Antigua and Barbuda vs. Bermuda match live online will be shared once confirmed.

Tickets for the home game can be purchased on here, ensuring you don't miss out on the action live.

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