Stern John commits to Central FC

Former T&T striker Stern John is targeting silverware in the CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship as he renewed his committment to Central FC for the season ahead.

Along with the club, he will unveil the 20-man squad for the trip to the Dominican Republic on Friday afternoon at the Marvin Lee Stadium. The squad is expected to include former T&T standouts such as Carlyle Mitchell and Densill Theobald as well as the return of midfielders Darren Mitchell and Keron Cummings.

FIFA confirms 2026 World Cup spots; 6 for CONCACAF

FIFA has confirmed the number of spots that each football region will be given in the 2026 World Cup, giving CONCACAF 6 positions.

In late March, a FIFA committee recommended a format for how many teams from each confederation should go to the 2026 World Cup.

The process was crucial because that will be the first 48-team World Cup and each confederation was fighting for more of the 12 added spots.

On Tuesday, FIFA approved the committee's recommended allocations. Now the outline for the 2026 World Cup is official.

Warner announces US$40 million lawsuit against CONCACAF and its president

Former CONCACAF president and FIFA Vice-President Jack Warner is suing CONCACAF for US$40 million, twice the amount CONCACAF is suing both Warner and former head of the US Football Federation, Chuck Blazer.

Warner issued a statement Tuesday saying his lawsuit is also again CONCACAF's president Sunil Gulati for defamation.

The following is Warner's statement: