Midfielder To Play For Trinidad and Tobago
Jacksonville Armada FC midfielder Kevan George has been called up to the Trinidad and Tobago national team for the 2018 CONCACAF World Cup Qualifier against the United States and Costa Rica.
George, who has started all 10 games in the NASL with the Armada FC this season, departed to train with the Soca Warriors ahead of the two qualifying matches.
Trinidad and Tobago will face the United States on Thursday, June 8 at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Denver. The team will then depart for Costa Rica to play at Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica San Jose on Tuesday, June 13.
The Armada FC vice-captain has appeared in 32 games for the Trinidad and Tobago national soccer team. George’s most recent appearances for Trinidad and Tobago came in March when he was called up to play in two Round Five games of the CONCACAF Qualifying Competition for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia. The team won 1-0 against Panama on March 24, but then lost to Mexico on March 28. George started in both games that were played at the Hasley Crawford Stadium in Trinidad.
George will return to the Jacksonville Armada FC on June 14 in time for its away match against the Miami FC on Saturday, June 17 in Miami.