The CONCACAF Nations League is an international competition made up of teams from North America, Central America and the Caribbean.
|CONCACAF Nations League
|North America, Central America and Caribbean
|September 2023 - March 2024
It involves 41 nations from the North American, Central American and Caribbean regions.
The competition is made up of three Leagues - A, B and C.
League A is split into two Groups of six with the top two teams advancing to the quarter-finals where they will meet one of the four seeded nations - Canada, Costa Rica, Mexico and the USA - while the bottom two nations will be relegated to League B.
The teams advancing from the Group stage will play one of the seeded nations in a two-legged tie with the winner sealing a place in the Nations League Finals.
Of the 12 nations involved in League A, six will qualify as guests for the 2024 Copa America in the USA.
League B has four Groups of four with the top nation in each group securing promotion to League A and the bottom nation suffering relegation to League C.
League C has three Groups containing three nations with the top side in each section earning promotion to League B, while there's a further promotion place up for grabs for the best-ranked nation to finish second.
The competition is played across North America, Central America and the Caribbean.
The group stage of CONCACAF Nations League begins in September 2023 with League A ending in October that year and Leagues B and C finishing in November.
The League A quarter-finals start in November 2023 and the Nations League Finals take place in March 2024.
Broadcast details are yet to be confirmed for the 2023/24 edition. The 2022/23 CONCACAF Nations League Finals were broadcast on Premier Sports.
After recording back-to-back wins, the USA will be regarded as the frontrunners to win the third edition of the CONCACAF Nations League.
With the 2024 Copa America set to take place in the USA, the CONCACAF Nations League offers a great opportunity for them to build some momentum.
Mexico are also likely to have high hopes as another of the seeded nations to be involved in the competition from the quarter-finals stage.
Of the teams involved in League A from the outset, Jamaica could be a team to keep a close eye on.
Everton winger Demarai Gray is a new member of the squad after switching his allegiance from England, while they also boast West Ham's Michail Antonio, Aston Villa winger Leon Bailey and midfielder Bobby Decordova-Reid.