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Curacao national selection Girls U-15

Last year, the Curacao U-15 selection performed really good at the CONCACAF U-15 Championship 2016, which took place from August 9-21 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex  in Orlando. First, the Curacao selection beat Anguilla with a score of 3-0.

The second match against the US Virgin Islands was won with a 6-0 score. Curacao’s last match in the group phase was against Barbados, who also had won their first two matches. The Curacao team settled the match at 3-0 and qualified for the quarterfinals.


The Curacao girls had to play against Canada, one of the best teams in the world in women’s football. Canada sent Curacao home with a 10-0 loss. Eventually Canada became sub-champion of CONCACAF after losing the final to the United States.

All in all a great experience for our girls and the coaching staff - and proof that the investments in women development are paying off with more good results! We do not know yet when the next event for Curacao’s U-15 will take place.


Curacao national selection Girls U-17

The national selection Girls U-17 are in preparation or their participation in the Caribbean Qualifiers for the CONCACAF Championship 2017.

Part of the team consists of the 2016 U-15 team that successfully played in the CONCACAF U-15 Championship 2016.


In 2015 the selection The Curacao Women U-17 selection travelled to Haiti to play in the Group 2 WU17 Qualifiers in Haiti. Group 2 consists of Curacao, Bermuda and Haiti, as the fourth team in the group, Dominica, cancelled.

This means only two matches per team to decide on who continues into the next round. Regretfully, Curacao lost 6-1 to Bermuda in the first match.

On July 17, Haiti proved too strong for the Curacao girls but the Curacao team scored their first (and only) goal in the tournament and was outed from the tournament. 



Curacao national selection Girls U-20

The Curacao Women U-20 selections is now preparing for the Caribbean Qualifiers for the CONCACAF Women’s Under 20 Championship 2017, the competition for women's national teams under 20 years in North America, Central America and Caribbean region, and is the qualification tournament for the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup. In June 2015 a young and ambitious Curacao U20 team travelled to Puerto Rico to participate in Group 1 of the First Round of the CFU Qualifiers for the CONCACAF WU20 Championship 2015. In the Caribbean Zone, a total of 13 teams from the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) entered this qualifying competition for the 2015 CONCACAF WU20 Championship 2015. These teams were divided into one group of four teams and three groups of three teams in the first round.


Curacao was placed in a group with Puerto Rico, Antigua & Barbuda and Anguilla. The first match against a very strong Puerto Rico ended in a 5-0 loss for the Curacao girls. However, they came back strong and won the next match against Antigua & Barbuda 2-0. The 1-1 draw against Anguilla was good enough for Curacao to end on the second place and for a ticket to the Final Round. 

In the Final Round the Curacao girls came face to face the power teams of Trinidad & Tobago and Jamaica. Curacao put up a good fight but had to bend their heads for these teams. Trinidad & Tobago (lost 1-4) and reigning champions Jamaica (lost 0-2), only having to give in to the pressure in the second half.


The spirited Curacao girls won their last match against St Vincent & the Grenadines (1-0). The Curacao team ended on the third place in their group and did not qualify for the CONCACAF Championship.

The selection consisted of: DTyxirah Simmons, Ketsiah Nahr, Yesmin Levens, Shade Desir, Kiara Snel, Kadisha Martina, Dianthe Scheepers, Lindsey Hart, Caitlin Heide, Sterre Noordhoek, Samantha Statia, Chante Zuidgeest, Stephany Passial, Jerusha Martina, Lauryn Richardson, Riesmarley Tokaay, Brithney Schoop, Sullyvienne Noten, Kiara Angelino.

Technical Director: Rudsel Monte    |    Ass. Technical Director: Rovian Carolina


Women Senior selection

The Curacao women Senior selection started to prepare for the Women’s Caribbean Cup in March 2017. The Caribbean Football Union Women's Caribbean Cup is an international tournament for the women's national teams of the Caribbean Region.


The Caribbean Cup was supposed to take place in early summer but the competition has been postponed to sometime in autumn. Dates are not set yet and the opponents are still unknown. It has been some time since FFK participated with a Women’s Senior selection.

Over the last years, FFK has invested in the Women’s Youth Selections and following the development pathway, the girls are now ready to compete on an international platform.

The Curacao national selection Men’s Senior was in Curacao in March 2017 for a preparatory training camp for the upcoming events and met with their female counterparts, which made for a great photo opportunity.