Caribbean Champion Jamaica will taking part on historic Copa America Centenario on this year, the tournament will going to Start from 3 June 2016 and final will be held in 26 June at Met life stadium. USA going to host this tournament first time, already 10 venues are selected for the tournament. Total 16 countries taking part on this tournament where 10 teams from south America and 6 teams from north America. Copa America Centenario is a celebration of one of the oldest tournament of South America this year is 100th anniversary of Copa America football tournament for the reason CONCCAF and CONBOL plan jointly arrange the tournament. Copa America Centenario is once in life time event of football and prestigious too so every nation want to win the tittle and make nation proud.
Jamaica participating on this tournament from North America region, they are the Caribbean Champion of 2014 also participate on Copa America 2015. Jamaica became the runner-up in CONCACAF Gold Cup Championship last year this team also participate in FIFA World Cup in 1998 they are the only Caribbean nation who played in World Cup final.
Jamaica Currently in 55 raking position by FIFA, from 1925 this team playing international football science then this team never won any biggest tittle of FIFA but they participate almost every tournament of FIFA like World Cup, Copa America, CONCACAF Gold Cup and they are biggest achievement is being runner-up in CONCACAF Gold Cup in 2015. Now Jamaica going to participate prestigious event of football Copa America 2016 which is great chance to prove themselves and make proud their nation.
Here we presenting possible team squad of Copa America Centenario
Goalkeeper: Duwayne Kerr (Sarpsborg 08, Norway), Andre Blake (Philadelphia Union), Ryan Thompson (Pittsburgh Riverhounds/USA)
Defender: Hughan Gray (Waterhouse), Daniel Gordon (Karlsruher SC, Germany), Kemar Lawrence (New York Red Bulls, USA), Michael Hector (Reading, England), Wes Morgan (Leicester City, England), Adrian Mariappa (Crystal Palace, England), Jermaine Taylor (Houston Dynamo, USA)
Midfielder: Joel Grant (Yeovil Town, England), Rodolph Austin (Leeds United/England), Jobi McAnuff (Leyton Orient, England), Lance Laing (FC Edmonton, Canada), Je-Vaughn Watson (FC Dallas, USA), Garath McCleary (Reading, England)
Forward: Giles Barnes (Houston Dynamo, USA), Simon Dawkins (Derby County, England), Deshorn Brown (Valerenga, Norway), Darren Mattocks (Vancouver Whitecaps, Canada), Romeo Parkes (Isidro Metapan, El Salvador), Allan Ottey (Montego Bay United), Dino Williams (Montego Bay United)