Cayman’s national men’s football team are set to host two home games as part of the qualification stage for the newly formed CONCACAF Nations League.
Ranked 34th out of 41 CONCACAF nations, Cayman will open its qualifying matches against sixth-ranked Jamaica on 9 September.
They will then travel to the 21st-ranked Dominican Republic for their second game 12 October.
On 17 November, Cayman will host Saint Lucia in it’s first of two home games. The final qualifying match will see Cayman versus Montserrat on 23 March 2019.
The top six qualifiers will join the Top Division which include the six teams that played in the final round of the CONCACAF qualifying stage for the World Cup. The next 16 clubs will be placed in the second tier, with the bottom 12 in a third league.