Reggae Boyz CNL game against Aruba shifted to Curacao

Jamaica's next away game in the CONCACAF Nations League against Aruba on October 15 has been moved and will now be played in Curacao. The switch was made as Aruba's multi-purpose facility has not met FIFA and CONCACAF standards to host international fixtures. The Reggae Boyz will now be playing Aruba at the same Ergilio Hato Stadium where they played Bonaire in the Nations League last year.

The last time Jamaica played Aruba was in 1997 and the Reggae Boyz won that game 6-0. Jamaica has made a strong start to League "B" of the CONCACAF Nations League with two wins while Aruba are at the foot of the table without a point. They will first play Aruba at home at the National Stadium on October 12.

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