The journey to the Olympics will however continue from this Thursday 24th November, when St. Kitts & Nevis meets three other top Caribbean teams, in the CFU Finals of the qualifiers.
The local team is still riding high on its recent victories in the first round of the qualifiers when they defeated the likes of Haiti, St. Lucia and Antigua & Barbuda.
An official of the St. Kitts and Nevis Football Association, SKNFA, has indicated that the weekend matches will be played on Thursday 24th, Saturday 26th and Monday 28th November and he said every day will be a big day with two big matches because of the high calibre of teams and nations involved in this CFU Finals.
When the whistle is blown for the opening day on Thursday, Trinidad and Tobago will meet Cuba at 6:00pm, while St. Kitts & Nevis battles against Suriname at 8:00pm.
On Saturday, Cuba will come up against Suriname at 6:00pm followed by the encounter between St. Kitts & Nevis and Trinidad and Tobago; then on Monday 28th it will be the big showdown between Cuba and St. Kitts and in the second game at 8:00pm but this will be preceded by the earlier match with Trinidad and Tobago and Suriname at 6:00pm.
The SKNFA has confirmed that tickets for the matches are being sold at EC$20 for the Grounds and EC$30 for the seated stands and are available at the Football House at Lozack Road.