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1941 CCCF Championship

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Host country  Costa Rica
Champions  Costa Rica
Third place  Curaçao
Dates  8 – 18 May
Runners-up  El Salvador
Fourth place  Panama
1941 CCCF Championship

The 1941 CCCF Champtionship was the first CCCF Championship, a tournament conducted between the years of 1941–1961. It was sanctioned by the Confederacion Centroamericana y del Caribe de Futbol (Football Confederation of Central America and the Caribbean), the football (soccer) governing body for Central America and the nations in the Caribbean prior to 1961, when it was replaced by CONCACAF.

Contents

Following are the results of the Final Group of the first Championship, which was hosted by Costa Rica:

Results

  1. Some sources attribute this goal to either Hans Nahar or Mario Hernandez

Goal scorers

4 goals

  • Aquilino Rosales
  • 3 goals

    2 goals

    1 goal

    Own Goals

    1. Some sources attribute one of Panneflek's goals to either Nahar or Mario Hernandez
    2. There were eleven goals during the tournament of which the scorer is unknown. Five of these were scored by Panama, and three each by Costa Rica and Nicaragua

    References

    1941 CCCF Championship Wikipedia


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